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the number is odd

f(x)= 5sin(-x)+2

check for, f(-x)

f(-x) = 5sin-(-x)+2

f(-x) =5sinx+2

f(x) is not equal to f(-x) ;

check for, -f(-x)

-f(-x)= -[5sin(-(-x))+2]

-f(-x)= -[5sinx+2]

-f(-x)= -5sinx -2

f(x) is not equal to -f(-x); therefore it is neither even nor odd.


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