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    Symmetrical Functions

    Can someone explain the symmetry of functions when there odd, even or neither..

    Please give me examples so I can understand this..

    I kind of get that even means symmetrical in the y axis. For odd it means symmetrical about the origin and I believe neither functions are not symetrical..

    does that seem right or no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by agent2421 View Post
    Can someone explain the symmetry of functions when there odd, even or neither..

    Please give me examples so I can understand this..

    I kind of get that even means symmetrical in the y axis. For odd it means symmetrical about the origin and I believe neither functions are not symetrical..

    does that seem right or no?
    Function Notation: Even and Odd Functions
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