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# The following approach is used to model the spread of an infectious disease. At the beginning of period 1 there are 5 infected people and 95...

The following approach is used to model the spread of an infectious disease. At the beginning of period 1 there are 5 infected people and 95 uninfected people. During any given period the probability that a particular uninfected person is** not infected**is (1-p)^n where n is the number of infected present at the start of the period, p = 0.025. Use @Risk to model the evolution of the population over 5 periods.

Two Questions:

Question 1: What is the expected number of**new infections**at the end of period 1?**Do not round to an integer**.

Question 2: What is the expected number of the total number of infected people at the end of period 5?