Calculus, check my answer, please! 1

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1. Consider the following functions:

Which of the following is true?

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f is even, h and s are odd.
***f and g are even, s is odd.
h and s are odd, g is even.
s is odd, f and h are even.
g and f are even, h is odd.

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