# Is A function with a graph that is symmetric about the origin an even function?

An even function is symmetric about the y-axis. If a function is symmetric about the origin, it is odd.

### How does the parity evenness oddness of a polynomial functions degree affect its graph?

An even function is symmetric about the y-axis. The graph to the left of the y-axis can be reflected onto the graph to the right. An odd function is anti-symmetric about the origin. The graph to the left of the y-axis must be reflected in the y-axis as well as in the x-axis (either one can be done first). Read More

### Is Y equals 0 an even or odd function?

f(x) = 0 is a constant function. This particular constant function is both even and odd. Requirements for an even function: f(x) = f(-x) Geometrically, the graph of an even function is symmetric with respect to the y-axis The graph of a constant function is a horizontal line and will be symmetric with respect to the y-axis. y=0 or f(x)=0 is a constant function which is symmetric with respect to the y-axis. Requirements for an… Read More

### What is the difference of odd and even functions?

An even function is symmetric about the y-axis. An odd function is anti-symmetric. Read More

### Does the graph of and odd function have to contain the origin?

No function ever really has to contain the origin if you constrain the domain to not include zero. Another way would be to just start graphing at x=1 and continue increasing x. In fact, you don't even have to graph at all since an odd function is defined as f(x) + f(-x) = 0 Read More

### What does even distribution mean?

It means that the probability density function is symmetric about 0. Read More

### Find the coordinates of a second point on the graph of a function f if the given point is on the graph and the function is even?

If the point (x,y) is on the graph of the even function y = f(x) then so is (-x,y) Read More

### How do you determine if a function is even or odd?

You can tell if a function is even or odd by looking at its graph. If a function has rotational symmetry about the origin (meaning it can be rotated 180 degrees about the origin and remain the same function) it is an odd function. f(-x)=-f(x) An example of an odd function is the parent sine function: y=sinx If a function has symmetry about the y-axis (meaning it can be reflected across the y-axis to produce… Read More

### What is a function that is symmetric with respect to the y axis?

It is called an even function and is characterised by the equation f(-x) = f(x) Read More

### What kind of symmetry does an even function have?

A function f(x) is even if f(-x) = f(x). A graph of f(x) would be symmetric about the y-axis (vertical symmetry about x=0). f(x) need not be "well-behaved" or even continuous, unlike the examples given in Wikipedia article on "Even and odd functions". The article does make this clear - under "Some facts". Read More

### How do you tell if a function is even or odd?

You can tell if a function is even or odd by looking at its graph. If a function has rotational symmetry about the origin (meaning it can be rotated 180 degrees about the origin and remain the same function) it is an odd function. f(-x)=-f(x) An example of an odd function is the parent sine function: y=sinx If a function has symmetry about the y-axis (meaning it can be reflected across the y-axis to produce… Read More

### What are even and odd functions?

An even function is a function that creates symmetry across the y-axis. An odd function is a function that creates origin symmetry. Read More

### What is a function that is symmetric with respect to the y-axis?

A function that is symmetric with respect to the y-axis is an even function. A function f is an even function if f(-x) = f(x) for all x in the domain of f. that is that the right side of the equation does not change if x is replaced with -x. For example, f(x) = x^2 f(-x) = (-x)^2 = x^2 Read More

### Is y plus or minus x a function?

Do you even know what a function is, stupid. A function is an equation that passes the vertical line test. go graph it bitc h Read More

### How can you determine whether a function is even odd or neither?

Looking at the graph of the function can give you a good idea. However, to actually prove that it is even or odd may be more complicated. Using the definition of "even" and "odd", for an even function, you have to prove that f(x) = f(-x) for all values of "x"; and for an odd function, you have to prove that f(x) = -f(-x) for all values of "x". Read More

### What is the difference between negative sine and cosine graphs and positive sine and cosine graphs?

The negative sine graph and the positive sine graph have opposite signs: when one is negative, the other is positive - by exactly the same amount. The sine function is said to be an odd function. The two graphs for cosine are the same. The cosine function is said to be even. Read More

### What kind of symmetry indicates that a function will not have an inverse?

If a function is even ie if f(-x) = f(x). Such a function would be symmetric about the y-axis. So f(x) is a many-to-one function. The inverse mapping then is one-to-many which is not a function. In fact, the function need not be symmetric about the y-axis. Symmetry about x=k (for any constant k) would also do. Also, leaving aside the question of symmetry, the existence of an inverse depends on the domain over which… Read More

### What type of function does this graph represent?

There is insufficient information for us to even begin to understand this question. Please edit the question to include more context or relevant information. Read More

### Where is break even on quadratic graph?

It depends on what variable is represented by the graph. Read More

### Relationship between two variables?

A mapping, perhaps. It need not be a function. The square root of a number, for example is a mapping but not a function (it is one-to-many). It is not correlation because correlation is only a measure of a LINEAR relationship. If two variables have an even relationship (eg quadratic), the correlation between two symmetric points will be 0 even though there is a clear functional relationship. Read More

### When do you use a column scatter graph?

Never. You can use a column graph, or a scatter graph or even a superimposition of the two but there a column scatter graph does not exist. Read More

### How do you find out if the function is a even odd or neither I know your supposed to use f-x -fx but I am not so sure how to do it the problem is 2x to the third power minus x squared?

An even function is symmetric around the vertical axis. An odd function - such as the sine function - has a sort of symmetry too - around the point of origin. If you graph this specific function (for example, on the Wolfram Alpha website), you can see that the function has none of these symmetries. To prove that the function is NOT even, nor odd, just find a number for which f(x) is neither f(-x)… Read More

### Should you check the value of a function on its asymptote to get a good idea of how its graph should look?

The asymptote is a line where the function is not valid - i.e the function does not cross this line, in fact it does not even reach this line, so you cannot check the value of the function on it's asymptote. However, to get an idea of the function you should look at it's behavior as it approaches each side of the asymptote. Read More

### What are 3 different methods that can graph a linear equation?

You could put the equation in slope-intercept form or in parent linear function or even make a table of values. Read More

### How can you find shape's line of symmetry?

this is very simple all you need to do is draw some sort of line some where through the middle and if it looks like you can fold it and it will be even on both sides then it is symmetric. other wise it is not. if there is a problem in which there is already a line and it is not exactly through the middle then it is not symmetric but as is you… Read More

### What should you do a bar graph on?

You would make it on graph paper so you can go by even axis... Read More

### How do you graph 1 divided by 4 cos?

"4 cos" has no meaning. cos is a trigonometric function and, like any function, it needs an argument. The argument can be a variable or a constant, but you still need one. For example, is the argument is 90 degrees, then the expression is not even defined. Read More

### Is the graph of a circle a function?

Yes, the graph of a circle is a function. Recall, in a circle, that x2 + y2 = r2, for circles at the origin, though you could offset it any place you want by making the equation more complex. Solving for y, you get y = square root(r2 - x2). Since square root, by definition, has two values, the plus value and the minus value, this is a function, even though each x has two… Read More

### What does plot U as a function of V mean?

Assuming you are familiar with all other basic geometry and algebra (which is needed first to even ask the question), it simply means inserting different values of V into the formula and calculating U, then marking the coordinate pairs that are formed in a Cartesian graph (or other appropriate graph form). Read More

### How can you obtain the average velocity and instantaneous velocity from a displacement time graph?

You cannot because a dispacement-time graph is concerned only with motion in a radial direction; any motion in a transverse direction is completely ignored. For example, an object circling the origin at a fixed distance, even with a variable speed, is always at the same distance from the origin. So the displacement-time graph will be a straight line whose height is the radial distance. A straight line in the distance-time graph is to be interpreted… Read More

### What do the numbers below the graph show?

It's difficult to make out enough detail to formulate an answer. Not only can't I see the numbers below the graph, I can't even see the graph. Read More

### How do I work out a graph if the average equals 883.58 and the standard deviation is 127.1534?

You cannot. There is no information about the distribution, or even what the graph is meant to display! Read More

### What is the greatest number of factors a trinomial can have?

it depends on the power of the leading coefficient, and that is not always a great indication because polynomials can have non real numbers. A factor of a polynomial is where the function crosses the x axis. If the trinomial will not factor into real numbers, then there are not any real zeros but there are still factors. Think of this one x^2+6x+14. this will not factor into real numbers, but complex solutions. But these… Read More

### How do you use prim's algorithm to find a spanning tree of a connected graph with no weight on its edges?

Prims Algorithm is used when the given graph is dense , whereas Kruskals is used when the given is sparse,we consider this because of their time complexities even though both of them perform the same function of finding minimum spanning tree. ismailahmed syed Read More

### What is the difference between demand function and demand curve?

A "demand curve" is Price vs. Quantity, holding all else constant; whereas, a "demand function" is Quantity vs. Price, holding all else constant. If you can imagine a graph, with the y-axis being Price, and the x-axis being Quantity, and you were to plot price/quantity data or, perhaps, even a function onto this graph, then that would be a "demand curve". If you did something similar but, this time, the y-axis was Quantity, and the… Read More

### What does a function on a graph look like?

A function is just a fancy name for a math problem. It could be a straight line or it could be a parabola or even some thing else. The key to knowing what it looks like is the leading coefficient. What is the highest power of x? Is it positive or negative? An x with the power of one will be a straight line at an angle. Read More

### Why is cos an even function?

Cosine is an even function because : cos ( theta ) = cos ( -theta) <---------------------[ Answer ]------------- Read More

### Why is the secant function is an even function and the tangent and cosecant are odd functions?

I find it convenient to express other trigonometric functions in terms of sine and cosine - that tends to simplify things. The secant function is even because it is the reciprocal of the cosine function, which is even. The tangent function is the sine divided by the cosine - an odd function divided by an even function. Therefore it is odd. The cosecant is the reciprocal of an odd function, so it is naturally also… Read More

### How can a graph be used to determine the break-even point?

Draw graphs of cost per item and revenue per item. In general, the first graph will start above the second but the second will have a steeper slope. As a result, the revenue per item may cross the cost graph and that is the break-even point. Read More

### What is a Historic Origin?

It is a origin that had been in history long before people like us were even born. Read More

### An even function of minus x does not equal the function of positive x for all values of x -a composite function which results from the function of g within the function of x?

The first part of the question is false, and the correct answer is that an even function of minus x equals the function positive x. This follows from the very definition of an even function. The second part of the question is false, because the truth is that the composite function results from taking the function of x within the function g. Read More

### How do you find degrees in order to make an even circle graph?

all you have to do is get a compass and draw a circle. If you mean graph one, it would be impossible by hand but you can try. Read More

### Are graphs useful for describing functions?

YES! Simply by taking a quick glance at a graph, you can see several characteristics of the function: local minimums/maximums, points of inflection, end behavior, asymptotes, etc etc... If you wanted to find these without the graph, you would have to do some math which might end up being very time consuming for very complicated functions. Even worse: what if the function is not elementary, and you can't express it in terms of finite arithmetic… Read More

### Auto correlation function ACF?

auto correlation function of a stationary process is an even function Read More

### Break event point graph?

The break even point on a graph usually appears as the location where 2 lines meet. This is where profit starts to go down for example. Read More

### What Can be used to study the relationship between two variables?

A scatter chart. A correlation is an incorrect answer from a wishful thinker or someone who naively believes that the only relationship that can be studied must be linear! Suppose you have x and y related by the equation x2 + y2 = 1 (a unit circle centred at the origin), I hope you would accept that there is a strong relationship between x and y. But the correlation? It is 0! Similar results can… Read More

### Why you use even and odd function in mathematics?

If you know that a function is even (or odd), it may simplify the analysis of the function, for several purposes. One example is the calculation of definite integrals: for an odd function, the integral of a function from (-x) to (x) (note 1) is zero; for an even function, this integral is twice the integral of the function from (0) to (x). Note 1: That is, the area under the function; for negative values… Read More