I most commonly see 'I' used for charge in physics, however that wouldn't make sense in this case. It can't be the infectious period because that's already represented as 1/g. I'm giving a presentation on this in AP calculus in 3 days and this is by far the best source I've found, however all of it is currently void due to that single variable.
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