Calculus: Derivatives: General Problems – #3399


Question: The sizes of the cattle herds of two neighboring countries are in the ratio \(u:v\). One year, a cows got mad disease in country A and in the other country, B, which is to the west of country A, b cows got mad cow disease during the same year. If \(\gamma \) is an unbelievably small probability, is there any reason to believe that the rate of mad cow disease in one country is larger that of another.

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