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## Are E functions even or odd?

The functions f(x)=ex and g(x)=logex are neither odd nor even functions.

**Is e to the x an odd function?**

The exponential function x is neither nor odd.

### How do you know if a function is neither even or odd?

Answer: For an even function, f(-x) = f(x), for all x, for an odd function f(-x) = -f(x), for all x. If f(x) ≠ f(−x) and −f(x) ≠ f(−x) for some values of x, then f is neither even nor odd. Let’s understand the solution.

**Is modulus function always in even function?**

Yes it is an even function since it is symmetric about y-axis.

#### Which function is even function?

A function f is even if the graph of f is symmetric with respect to the y-axis. Algebraically, f is even if and only if f(-x) = f(x) for all x in the domain of f.

**Is e x symmetric?**

Since ex=ex e x = e x , the function is even. Since the function is not odd, it is not symmetric about the origin. Since the function is even, it is symmetric about the y-axis.

## Which of the following function is even?

f(x)=xe−1e+1 is an even function.

**What’s an example of an even function?**

A function is “even” when f (-x) = f (x) for all x. For example, functions such as f (x) = x2, f (x) = x4, f (x) = x6, are even functions.

### Is E^-X an odd or an even function?

It is neither. We say f(x) is odd if. f(-x) = – f(x) for all real values of x. Since, e^-x can never be a negative quantity for any real value of x, it can not be a odd function. We say f(x) is even when. f(-x) = f(x) for all real values of x. Since e^-x is not equal to e^x for any real value except zero, it is also not an even function.

**Why are exponents of odd numbers called odd?**

They got called “odd” because the functions x, x 3, x 5, x 7, etc behave like that, but there are other functions that behave like that, too, such as sin (x): But an odd exponent does not always make an odd function, for example x3+1 is not an odd function.

#### How do you know if a function is odd?

A function is “odd” when: −f(x) = f(−x) for all x. Note the minus in front of f(x): −f(x). And we get origin symmetry: This is the curve f(x) = x 3−x. They got called “odd” because the functions x, x 3, x 5, x 7, etc behave like that, but there are other functions that behave like that, too, such as sin(x):

**Is cosine an even or odd function?**

Cosine function: f(x) = cos(x) It is an even function But an even exponent does not always make an even function, for example (x+1) 2 is not an even function. Odd Functions. A function is “odd” when: −f(x) = f(−x) for all x. Note the minus in front of f(x): −f(x). And we get origin symmetry: This is the curve f(x) = x 3 −x