How do you determine if #y= 3 + 2x# is an even or odd function?
For odd and even functions we have:
A function is even if:
A function is odd if:
If none of these is true then the function is neither odd nor even.
So:
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To determine whether the function y = 3 + 2x is even or odd, we can apply the definitions of even and odd functions:
 Even functions satisfy the condition f(x) = f(x) for all x in the domain.
 Odd functions satisfy the condition f(x) = f(x) for all x in the domain.
For the function y = 3 + 2x:

Even function test: (3 + 2x) ≠ (3 + 2(x)) This function does not satisfy the condition f(x) = f(x), so it is not even.

Odd function test: (3 + 2x) ≠ (3 + 2(x)) This function also does not satisfy the condition f(x) = f(x), so it is not odd.
In conclusion, the function y = 3 + 2x is neither even nor odd.
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