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Determine If a Function Is Odd, Even, or Neither (Example 2)
A few more examples can't hurt. An informative video continues the examination of even and odd functions from a prior video. It looks at two additional examples of functions, one that is even and one that is neither even nor odd.
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- Provide some cloze notes for pupils to fill out as they watch the video
- Learners should be familiar with even and odd functions
- There is a previous video, Example 1, for the same concept
- Work shown is orderly and neat
- Carefully explains each step of the process
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