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William J. Larson

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even and odd
Posted: Sep 17, 1998 6:19 PM
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Topic of conversation in the math office today:
Is it possible for a function or relation to be both symmetric to the y
axis and to the origin but not to the x-axis?

It has to be one symmetry or all 3, but any pair alone is impossible.

=3D=3D>The only thing I could think of was 3/4 of a circle.
This has none of the above symmetries.

Bill Larson

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