# 1. Consider the function g(x) = . (d) Find the intervals where g is increasing and decreasing. Give all local maximum and minimum points. (e) Find the intervals where g is concave up and concave down. Does g have an inflection point? Explain why or why not. (f) Use the information you have found in the previous parts to sketch a graph of y = g(x).

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1. Consider the function g(x) = . (d) Find the intervals where g is increasing and decreasing. Give all local maximum and minimum points. (e) Find the intervals where g is concave up and concave down. Does g have an inflection point? Explain why or why not. (f) Use the information you have found in the previous parts to sketch a graph of y = g(x).