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Graphs of $ f $ and $ t $ are shown. Decide whether each function is even, odd, or neither. Explain your reasoning.

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$g$ is even, $f$ is neither

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Let's take a look at the graph of F notice that it does not have y axis symmetry and it does not have origin symmetry. So it's not even, and it's not odd, so it's neither. Let's take a look at the graph of G notice that it has y axis symmetry, so it's even.

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