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```				   The consumption of natural gas by a company satisfies
the empirical equation V = 1.50t + 0.008 00t ^2 where V
is the volume in millions of cubic feet and t the time in
months. Express this equation in units of cubic feet and
seconds. Put the proper units on the coefficients. Assume
a month is 30.0 days.
```

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```										V = at + bt2
V in million cubic feet
t in months
so after changing units to cubic feet and seconds
in a month, no. of seconds = 30*24*60*60 = 2.592 *106
so on substuting gives
V x 106 = 1.5*2.592 *106 t + 0.008*2.592 *106*2.592 *106*t2
V = 3.888 t + 53747.712 t2
with V in cubic feet and t in seconds
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