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Did you forget something between the words "is" and "thousand"?

I think you're looking for \[\frac{dN}{dt}\]

which can be found by looking at \[\frac{dN}{dt}=\frac{dN}{dp}\frac{dp}{dt}\]

so why did dp/dt only come up with the p^2 term and not the 5p term

I'm wondering about that myself actually...

and I'm actually looking for dN/dt according to the way this is making me input my answer

Good gawd - then I really messed that one up... lol

haha its all good I've been messing this one up for about an hour

Let's try that one again... From the top - take two!

right

that was right to the function not to you screwing up by the way haha

That's what we're trying to find. :)

well actually thats just going to give us a ridiculously huge number

But, will the number make sense?

What did you get?

no it was like 48 million

ya thats what i did

Oh man... I got nothing...
And nothing was left out of the question?

ya i don't get it either man thanks anyway

Wait a sec...

@TheFigure you already reached the answer: 48,006,000 people seek for emergency care per year!

But he would be entering the answer in wrong if he had those extra zeros attached to the back of it.

You've been right since 30 min before :)