The cost (in millions of dollars) for a 30-second ad during the TV broadcast of a major sporting event can be approximated by the rational expression 0.03x2+ 0.495x+1.5/ x+4, where x=0 corresponds to 1980. How much did an ad cost in 2002? The ad in 2002 cost $____ million.

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The cost (in millions of dollars) for a 30-second ad during the TV broadcast of a major sporting event can be approximated by the rational expression 0.03x2+ 0.495x+1.5/ x+4, where x=0 corresponds to 1980. How much did an ad cost in 2002? The ad in 2002 cost $____ million. 

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