#### Answer

The critical points are $x=0, \sqrt {\frac{3}{5}}$ and $-\sqrt {\frac{3}{5}}$.
The second derivative test fails at $x=0$
$f(\sqrt {\frac{3}{5}})$ is a local minimum.
$f(-\sqrt {\frac{3}{5}})$ is a local maximum.

#### Work Step by Step

$f'(x)=5x^{4}-3x^{2}$ is defined everywhere. The critical points of $f(x)$ are the solutions of $5x^{4}-3x^{2}=0$
$5x^{4}-3x^{2}=x^{2}(5x^{2}-3)=0$
$\implies x^{2}=0$ or $ 5x^{2}-3=0$
$\implies x=0$ or $x=±\sqrt {\frac{3}{5}}$
$f''(x)=20x^{3}-6x$
$f''(0)= 0$ (the second derivative test failed at the critical point 0)
$f''(\sqrt \frac{3}{5})=20(\sqrt \frac{3}{5})^{3}-6(\sqrt \frac{3}{5})$$=12\sqrt \frac{3}{5}-6\sqrt \frac{3}{5}=positive$
$\implies f(\sqrt \frac{3}{5})$ is a local minimum.
$f''(-\sqrt \frac{3}{5})=20(-\sqrt \frac{3}{5})^{3}-6(-\sqrt \frac{3}{5})$$=-12\sqrt \frac{3}{5}+6\sqrt \frac{3}{5}=negative$
$\implies f(-\sqrt \frac{3}{5})$ is a local maximum.