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Even and Odd Functions

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Some functions can be classified as even or odd. This document defines and gives examples of both even and odd functions. Even Functions A function is said to be even if for all values of ; that is the function is unaffected following its reflection in the -axis (the line x=0). For example is an even function.

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y=cos(x)

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y=cosh(x)

Odd Functions A function is said to be odd if for all values of ; that is the function is unaffected following a 180 rotation in the -axis (the line x=0). For example is an odd function.

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y=sin(x)

Square wave.

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