Help graphing √(x-5)?

Question:Can any answerer help me with the following about √(x-5)?
--> domain and range
--> zeros
--> y-intercept
--> end behaviors
--> intervals where the function is increasing and decreasing

Thanks in advance for the help

Answers:
Can any answerer help me with the following about f(x)=√(x-5)?
--> domain and range
domain = x >=5
range = y>=0
--> zeros
sqrt(x-5) =0 => x-5 =0 => x=5
--> y-intercept
no y-intercepts,
since for x=0 the function is not defined.
--> end behaviors
lim x->infinity f(x) = infinity
--> intervals where the function is increasing and decreasing
f'(x) = (1/2) (x-5)^{-1/2}
f''(x) = ( -1/4) (x-5)^{-3/2}
How can I show the graph?

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