• anonymous
Function f(x)=x^3 has odd symmetry. Fact: if we integrate this function from -k to k for any real number k, we will always get zero, because the negative part (on left) exactly cancels with k=5. Question: Is the fact still true if we use k= infinity? That is, if we integrate f(x)=x^3 from - infinity to infinity, do we get zero? why or why not? You may have to sketch a graph but use the example with k=5 integral from -5 to 5 x^3 dx =0 I guess the only hint is try integrating from - infinity to infinity.
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