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suppose we know that the 0.53 is on an even function is on the graph of uneven function. Well, what other point would be on that function? So here's what we know about even functions. They have y axis symmetry. So an example of that could be something like this. Where if you were to fold it along the y axis, it would line up. And that means if you have the 0.53 you must also have the point across the Y axis from it, which would be negative 53 Now, for the other part of the problem, we have an odd function. An odd functions have origin symmetry. So an example of origin Symmetry could be something like this where you have symmetry about the origin, like a 180 degree turn. So if you have the 0.53 that means you must also have the point. Negative five negative three

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