Profit per unit , Engineering Mathematics

A company's full profit per unit production is given by the function y = -5x2 +17x-12  where x is the number of items produced (in hundreds) and the y is the profit per unit (in thousands).

(i) Place the graph the company's profit per unit curve for 0 to 300 items.  
 
(ii) what the maximum profit is and at what  production level it is contained.
 
(iii) From the graph also find out the range of production level which is profitable  for the organization.

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