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\(f ( x ) = x ^ { 2 } \) is referred to as an func...

\(f ( x ) = x ^ { 2 } \) is referred to as an function. 

This means that for any \( x \) -value and its opposite (e.g., \( 1 \) and \( - 1 \) , or \( 3 \) and \( - 3 \) ), the graph has 

the same \( y \) -coordinates on each side of the parabola for those corresponding points. 

In other words, if you input any value of \( x , \) and then input its opposite (i.e., "-x") both outputs will be the same and the graph of both points will be mirror images of each other 

Answer

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Solution
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