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Odd Function

Concept

Odd Function

An odd function is a function for which for all in its domain. The graph of an odd function has odd symmetry, which means that it is symmetric about the origin. The functions  and are two examples of odd functions.

There are infinitely many odd functions and the shapes of their graphs display a large variety.

A function that is not odd, is either an even function or neither even nor odd.