# Answer to Question #17685 in Calculus for hsd

Question #17685

Answer the following questions for the function

f(x)=(x^(3))/(x^(2)−1)

defined on the interval [−20,16].

a.) Enter the x-coordinates of the vertical asymptotes of f(x) as a comma-separated list. That is, if there is just one value, give it; if there are more than one, enter them seperated commas; and if there are none, enter NONE .

Answer:

b.) f(x) is concave up on the region .

c.) Enter the x-coordinates of the inflection point(s) for this function as a comma-separated list.

f(x)=(x^(3))/(x^(2)−1)

defined on the interval [−20,16].

a.) Enter the x-coordinates of the vertical asymptotes of f(x) as a comma-separated list. That is, if there is just one value, give it; if there are more than one, enter them seperated commas; and if there are none, enter NONE .

Answer:

b.) f(x) is concave up on the region .

c.) Enter the x-coordinates of the inflection point(s) for this function as a comma-separated list.

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