Ah, okay. So I can just list where the function is discontinuous as the answer for questions like this? I can't find any similar problems in my Calc textbook :/

Also, thanks for the helpful list DragonSlayer :)

Ah okay, thank you! :)

Oh okay, so its the slope at the tangent line?

Oh okay! Thanks so much Melody! I was sure the professor was pulling my leg, he did it once before lol.

Also what is gradient? Is that another word for function?

Thanks for answering Melody. Yes, the question is written exactly like how it is on the paper. I just texted someone in my class. We think that it is just a bullsh#$ question.... -_-

What do you think? Is this a trick question?

Thanks Melody!

Thanks so much Melody. At first I just drew out a bunch of different graphs and got stuck at when I was going to graph the "even function". You're a life-saver haha xD

Thanks so much Melody!

Thanks for the link CPhill I'll check it out. Also sorry for the late reply >_<

Thanks so much for answering Honga.

In my notes though, my professor told us that infinity divided by infinity is indeterminant. Are there exception to when it can be divided and the answer will be 1?

Sorry for asking further into this on here. My professor isn't a very approachable guy...