algebraic modeling

A toy manufacturer determines that the daily cost,C, for producing x units of a dump truck can b approximated by the function c(x)=0.005x^2-x+109
I got that the manufacturer must produce 100 units per day...
What is the minimum daily cost?

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  1. put in 100 for x, and calculate c(100)

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