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Section 3.3 Properties of Functions
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OBJECTIVE 1
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For an even function, for every point ( x , y ) on the graph, the point (- x , y ) is also on the graph.
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For an odd function, for every point ( x , y ) on the graph, the point (- x , - y ) is also on the graph.
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Determine whether each graph given is an even function, an odd function, or a function that is neither even nor odd.
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OBJECTIVE 2
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( 29 3 2 h x x x = - ( 29 3 5 1 g x x = - ( 29 2 3 2 4 + - - = x x x f
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OBJECTIVE 3
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Where is the function
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Unformatted text preview: increasing? Where is the function decreasing? Where is the function constant? OBJECTIVE 4 OBJECTIVE 5 ( 29 3 Use a graphing utility to graph 2 3 1 for 2 2. Approximate where has any local maxima or local minima. f x x x x f =-+- < < OBJECTIVE 6 ( 29 2 1 Find the average rate of change of : 2 f x x = From 0 to 1 From 0 to 3 From 0 to 5 ( 29 2 Suppose that 2 4 3. g x x x = -+-...
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