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# Even and Odd Functions Exercises

### Example 1

By comparing the values f(x) and f(-x), determine whether the function is (a) even or (b) odd. Use a graphing calculator to check your answer.

• f(x) = 6

### Example 2

By comparing the values of f(x) and f(-x), determine whether thefunction is (a) even or (b) odd. Use a graphing calculator to check your answer.

• f(x) = -x

### Example 3

By comparing the values f(x) and f(-x), determine whether each function is (a) even or (b) odd. Use a graphing calculator to check your answer.

• f(x) = x3 + x4

### Example 4

By comparing the values f(x) and f(-x), determine whether the function is (a) even or (b) odd. Use a graphing calculator to check your answer.

• f(x) = 0