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2. Sketch the graph of a continuous function that has a local minimum at r = 1 and aHorizontal asymptote at y = 0 (as x -+ 0o).(a) Is your graph concave up or concave down at = 1?(b) Is your graph concave up or down as it approaches the horizontal asymptote aty = 0?(c) Does your graph have an inflection point to the right of x = 1?(d) Try to draw another graph with these properties that doesn't have an inflectionpoint or explain why this is not possible.