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OddFunctionQ

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Determine whether an expression is an odd function of the given variable or variables

Contributed by: Wolfram|Alpha Math Team

ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][f[x],x]

returns True if f[x] is an odd function of x, and returns False otherwise.

Details and Options

A function is odd if f(-x)=-f(x) for all x.

Examples

Basic Examples

Test whether a basic power function is odd:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][x^3, x]
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Test another power function:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][x^2, x]
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Test whether a constant function is odd:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][1, x]
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Test whether the absolute value function is odd:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Abs[x], x]
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Test whether the sine function is odd:

In[5]:=
ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Sin[x], x]
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Test whether the cosine function is odd:

In[6]:=
ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Cos[x], x]
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Test whether a gaussian function is odd:

In[7]:=
ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Exp[-x^2], x]
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Test a signed gaussian function:

In[8]:=
ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Sign[x] Exp[-x^2], x]
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Test whether a hyperbolic sine function of two variables is odd:

In[9]:=
ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Sinh[x + y], {x, y}]
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Test whether the hyperbolic tangent function is odd:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Tanh[x], x]
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Test whether the error function is odd:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][Erf[x], x]
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Test whether a Fresnel integral is odd:

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ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][FresnelC[x], x]
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Test whether a shifted Fresnel integral is odd:

In[13]:=
ResourceFunction["OddFunctionQ"][FresnelC[x] + 1, x]
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