Find the intervals on which the function is concave up or down, the points of inflection, and the critical points, and determine whether each critical point corresponds to a local minimum or maximum (or neither). Let

What are the critical point(s) =
What does the Second Derivative Test tell about the first critical point: ?
What does the Second Derivative Test tell about the second critical point: ?

What are the inflection Point(s) =

On the interval to the left of the critical point, $f$ is and $f'$ is . (Include all points where $f'$ has this sign in the interval.)
On the interval to the right of the critical point, $f$ is and $f'$ is . (Include all points where $f'$ has this sign in the interval.)

On the interval to the left of the inflection point $f$ is . (Include only points where $f$ has this concavity in the interval.)
On the interval to the right of the inflection point $f$ is . (Include only points where $f$ has this concavity in the interval.)

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