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(an, tī si m∂t’ rik) The property of a function that makes it change sign when its argument changes sign: A(x)=–A(–x). Also called an <b>odd function</b>. | (an, tī si m∂t’ rik) The property of a function that makes it change sign when its argument changes sign: A(x)=–A(–x). Also called an <b>odd function</b>. | ||

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## Latest revision as of 23:46, 3 March 2018

(an, tī si m∂t’ rik) The property of a function that makes it change sign when its argument changes sign: A(x)=–A(–x). Also called an **odd function**.