Posted by **Dani** on Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 6:46pm.

Let f be the function be defined by f(x)=5^((2x^2)-1)^(1/2)

A) is f an even or odd function? Justify answer.

B) find the domain of f.

C) find the range of f.

D) find f'(x)

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