# How do you know if #f(s) = 4s^(3/2)# is an even or odd function?

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To determine if a function is even or odd, evaluate (f(-s)) and compare it with (f(s)).

For (f(s) = 4s^{3/2}):

- Replace (s) with (-s) to get (f(-s) = 4(-s)^{3/2}).
- Simplify (f(-s)) to (f(-s) = -4s^{3/2}).
- Compare (f(-s)) with (f(s)):
- Since (f(-s) = -f(s)), the function is odd.

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