### Odd number of digits in a palindrome to be divisible by 11?

No, not necessarily. 121 is a palindrome number with 3 digits (odd) and is divisible by 11. So this satisfies the premise, but 101, 111, 131, etc are not divisible by 11. An example which satisfies the premise does not prove it true, but one which contradicts the premise is enough to prove it false. Read More

### Is it true or false that the cosine function is an odd function?

False; the cosine function is an even function as cos(-x) = -cos(x). Read More

### What does negate the premise mean?

A premise is the fact or supposition upon which a chain of logic is based. If it is true, and logic (reasoning) is correctly applied, then the conclusion reached by the chain of logic is also true. When you negate the premise, you show that the premise is not true and that, therefore, the conclusion is not true, or at the least, has not been demonstrate to be true. Read More

### What is the definition of On premise catering?

On-premise catering refers to any function held on the physical premises of the establishment producing and serving the function. Read More

### Is the sine functions an odd function?

Yes. Along with the tangent function, sine is an odd function. Cosine, however, is an even function. Read More

### How a function is even and odd?

The only way a function can be both even and odd is for it to ignore the input, i.e. for it to be a constant function. e.g. f(x)=4 is both even and odd. An even function is one where f(x)=f(-x), and an odd one is where -f(x)=f(-x). This doesn't make sense. Let's analyze. For a function to be even, f(-x)=f(x). For a function to be odd, f(-x)=-f(x). In this case, f(x)=4, and f(-x)=4. As such… 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

### 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

### 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

### Is signam function even or odd and why?

I have no idea about the signam function. The signum function is odd because sgn(-x) = -sgn(x). 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 the composition of an even and an odd function?

For an even function, f(-x) = f(x) for all x. For an odd function, f(-x) = -f(x) for all x. Read More

### If a cow read the same forward and backward is it true?

Yes. Since the premise is false the statement is true whatever the conclusion. Read More

### Is f of x equal to negative x an even or odd function?

It is an odd function. Even functions use the y-axis like a mirror, and odd functions have half-circle rotational symmetry. Read More

### Is it not true that the sum of two even numbers is never odd?

It is true that the sum of 2 even numbers is never odd 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

### Why do all FM radio stations end with an odd number?

This question cannot be answered since it is based on a false premise. All FM stations DO NOT end with an odd number. Read More

### Can a function be both even and odd?

An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. A function can be either. 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

### 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

### Why do we not eat lamb anymore?

The question is based on a premise which is not true! Lamb is still eaten. Read More

### What is an indirect proof?

An indirect proof is another name for a proof by contradiction. This is where the original premise is assumed to be false and then attempted to be proven. Because this proof turns out to be false, the original premise is then true. Read More

### 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. Read More

### How the OR addition different from the ordinary addition?

A: OR gates does not perform addition or any other mathematical function but rather makes logical decision on true or false on two [ more] inputs both input are false then the output will be false "0" that is the only premise for an OR gate. The AND gate perform another logic function such as both [more inputs] must be true "1" for the output to be true/ mathematical calculations are achieved by using binary… Read More

### Why are plays not as popular now as they were in ancient days?

There is no evidence to support that the premise behind the question is true. Read More

### What is an odd number exponent called when it is being graphed?

if it is symmetric and centered at the origin, It is can be called an odd function 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

### When do you use even odd and neither functions?

You use an even function if f(-x) = f(x) for all x.You use an odd function if f(-x) = -f(x) for all x. and you use neither if there is at least one point for which one or the other of the above is not true. Most functions are neither even nor odd. Read More

### The difference of two odd numbers is always odd true or false?

false. it is always even Read More

### Can an arithmetic sequence be odd?

An arithmetic sequence can consist of only odd numbers but it cannot be an odd function since it need not be defined for negative values of the index. Read More