I am an 8th grade student.
I joined this forum because non of my friends appreciates math as I do, and I don't have anyone to share my mathimatical discoveries, such as odd functions I doodled in my notebook. I hope I'll have interesting conversations in this forum and I'll visit here regularly,
I've found a cool function: -|x|^(-|x|)
This function goes in waves over and under the point 0 of the X acces. If you go towards the negative or positive part of the X access the waves get smaller and it looks like in the end it'll be a straight line but it will only get smaller and smaller.