Hi, i hadd a problem y= ((8)/(x^3))-((6)/(x))

I need to know hoe the graph is symetric with respect to the

1)x axis

2)y axis

3)origin

I just needed to know the analytical way to find it without looking at the graph

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- February 2nd 2009, 07:54 PMcalc_help123Symetry
Hi, i hadd a problem y= ((8)/(x^3))-((6)/(x))

I need to know hoe the graph is symetric with respect to the

1)x axis

2)y axis

3)origin

I just needed to know the analytical way to find it without looking at the graph - February 2nd 2009, 11:35 PMearboth
The graph of a function is symmetric with respect to:

- the y-axis if f(x) = f(-x) for all

- the origin if f(x) = -f(-x) for all

If a graph is symmetric to the x-axis it is**not**the graph of a function:

For every x-value you have pairs of y-values such that

To your function:

a) Symmetry to the y-axis:

That means: No symmetry to the y-axis.

b) Symmetry to the origin:

That means: Symmetry to the origin.