Q: Can an even function have an even number of turning points?

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No.

There can be any number of points on a plane, or even on a line - and any number of lines on a plane.

Depends on what you mean. The first even number can be 0.2 or lesser. If you do not include decimal points, then I think zero is the first even number.

2 ?

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No.

An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. A function can be either.

Yes. Even the shortest line has an infinite number of points.

There can be any number of points on a plane, or even on a line - and any number of lines on a plane.

The twelfth even number and 24.

An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. A function can be either.

Depends on what you mean. The first even number can be 0.2 or lesser. If you do not include decimal points, then I think zero is the first even number.

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it depends on the power of the leading coefficient, and that is not always a great indication because polynomials can have non real numbers. A factor of a polynomial is where the function crosses the x axis. If the trinomial will not factor into real numbers, then there are not any real zeros but there are still factors. Think of this one x^2+6x+14. this will not factor into real numbers, but complex solutions. But these complex solutions are factors, so the rule still holds. If the trinomial is a cubic, or at a odd power, then its a odd function, and can have one real solution. If the trinomial is squared, or any even power, its a even function and can have two real solutions. With the graph you can determine it this way: if p(x) is a polynomial function of degree n, then the graph has at most n-1 turning points. If the graph of a function P has n-1 turning points, then the degree of p(x) is at least n.

16 and The eighth even number

A mapping, perhaps. It need not be a function. The square root of a number, for example is a mapping but not a function (it is one-to-many). It is not correlation because correlation is only a measure of a LINEAR relationship. If two variables have an even relationship (eg quadratic), the correlation between two symmetric points will be 0 even though there is a clear functional relationship.

There are no such codes, you can only obtain the training points as you level up. Anyways, even having a million training points will do you no good if you are not the right level for the spell, so it's basically worthless until you are the right level to train the spell.