I'm still not exactly sure how to set that up, but have another ?...even if a function does not have symmetry in respect to the y-axis, can it still be even? similarly, even if the function does not have symmetry in respect to the origin, can it still be odd?
thanks!
no, even and odd follow the exact definitions i gave you. you don't even have to look at the graphs.
example, state whether (a) , (b) and (c)
(a) is even, since
(b) is odd, since
(c) is neither even nor odd, since
notice that i didn't even draw any graphs. now, try again