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Mathematics, 02.12.2019 22:00

Exercise 5.3.10: a function f is an odd function if f(x) = −f(−x), and f is an even function if f(x) = f(−x). let a > 0. assume f is continuous. prove: a) if f is odd, then r a −a f = 0. b) if f is even, then r a −a f = 2 r a 0 f

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