Okay Algebra gurus I am completely stumped on this and would love your input. I have solved most of the equation but when I input the months for "t" in the equation N(t) at the bottom it says I am wrong. If someone can show me in detail how you came up with your answer that would be great. Thanks in advance!!!

The president of a major housing construction firm reports that the number of construction jobs (in millions) created is given by N(x) = 1.38x where x denotes the number of housing starts.

Suppose the number of housing starts in the next t months is expected to be x(t) = 8(t + 10)^2/(t + 10)^2 + 2(t + 15)^2 million units.

Find an expression for the number of jobs created in the next t months. N(t) = 11.04[(t+10)^2/(t+10)^2+2(t+15)^2]

How many jobs will have been created 6 months and 12 months from now? (Round your answers to two decimal places.)

6 months=______million jobs

12 months=_____million jobs