2
3x
Summarize
the
pertinent
information
obtained
by
applying
the
graphing
strategy
and
sketch
the
graph
of
f(x)=
=6
¥
.
There
are
no
horizontal
asymptotes.
Find any
vertical
asymptotes
of
f(x).
Select
the
correct
choice
below
and,
if
necessary,
fill
in
the
answer
box(es)
to
complete
your
choice.
¥
.
The
function
has
one
vertical
asymptote,
x=6
.
(Type
an
equation.)
The
function
has two
vertical
asymptotes.
The
leftmost
asymptote
is
and
the
rightmost
asymptote
is
(Type
equations.)
There
are
no
vertical
asymptotes.
Find
the
intervals
where
f(x)
is
increasing
or
decreasing.
Select
the
correct
choice
below
and
fill
in
the
answer
box(es)
to
complete
your
choice.
The
function
is
increasingon
.
It
is
never
decreasing.
(Type
your
answer
in
interval
notation.
Use
a
comma
to
separate
answers
as
needed.)
The
function
is
increasing
on
(-
0,0),(12,00)
.
It
is
decreasing
on
(0,6),(6,12)
.
(Type
your
answers
in
interval
notation.
Use
a
comma
to
separate
answers
as
needed.)
The
function
is
decreasingon
.
Itis
never
increasing.
(Type
your
answer
in
interval
notation.
Use
a
comma
to
separate
answers
as
needed.)
Find
the
location
of
any
local
extrema
of
f(x).
Select
the
correct
choice
below
and,
if
necessary,
fill
in
the
answer
box(es)
to
complete
your
choice.
There
is
a
local
maximum
at
x=
.
There
is
no
local
minimum.
(Type
an
integer
or
a
decimal.
Use
a
comma
to
separate
answers
as
needed.)
There
is
a
local
minimum
atx=
.
There
is
no
local
maximum.
(Type
an
integer
or
a
decimal.
Use
a
comma
to
separate
answers
as
needed.)
There
is
a
local
maximum
at
x=
0
and
there
is
a
local
minimum
atx=
12
.
(Type
integers
or
decimals. Use
a
comma
to
separate
answers
as
needed.)
There
are
no
local
extrema.
Find
the
intervals
where
f(x)
is
concave
upward
or
downward.
Select
the
correct
choice
below
and
fill
in
the
answer
box(es)
to
complete
your
choice.