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Find and interpret the value of the expression in practical terms. Let C(t) be the concentration of carbon dioxide in parts per million (ppm) in the air as a function of time, t, in months since December 1, 2005: $C ( t ) = 3.5 \sin \left( \frac { \pi t } { 6 } \right) + 381 + \frac { t } { 6 }.$ C'(36)

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