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A continuous function f(x) can be rewritten as f(x)=E(x)+ O(x)

where:

1) E(x)is even function and O(x) is odd function.

2) Both E(x),O(x) are continuous function too

3) f,E,O are defined in (-oo,oo)

my classmate say it is ture but can not prove it

i think it can't be right since i can't figure out a way to rewrite a power function to E(x)+ O(x). eg e^x

any good sugguestion?

thx

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