#### Answer

(a) $f$ is decreasing on $(0,1)$ and $(5,6)$ and increasing on $(1,5)$.
(b) $f$ has a local minimum at $x=1$ and a local maximum at $x=5$.

#### Work Step by Step

(a) We use the Increasing/Decreasing Test:
Therefore, looking at the graph, we would look for the intervals where $f'$ is negative and positive.
We see that on $(0,1)$ and $(5,6)$, $f'\lt0$. Therefore, $f$ is decreasing on these two intervals.
On $(1,5)$, $f'\gt0$. So $f$ is increasing on this interval.
(b) We use The First Derivative Test:
Here, $f'$ changes from negative to positive at $x=1$, so $f$ has a local minimum at $x=1$.
Also, $f'$ changes from positive to negative at $x=5$, so $f$ has a local maximum at $x=5$.