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A bacterial colony is estimated to have a population of $P(t)=\frac{24 t+10}{t^{2}+1}$ million t hours after the introduction of a toxin. a. At what rate is the population changing 1 hour after the toxin is introduced (t = 1)? Is the population increasing or decreasing at this time? b. At what time does the population begin to decline?

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1 of 4The population of bacteria given by

$P(t) =\frac{24t+10}{t^2+1}$

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