y = (x)/(x^2+9)
"Inflections Points" are defined as points where the first derivative changes sign. Where that happens the second derivative must be 0 but the second derivative may be 0 where the first derivative does not change sign (example, at x= 0). Determine where the second derivative is 0, then look at the first derivative on either side of those points.
(Surely you knew this basic information, onanyc, so what is your difficulty with this particular problem?)