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Problem 51

Period In Exercises $49-52,$ find the period of the function.

$$y=\sec 5 x$$

Answer

$y=\sec (x)$

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## Discussion

## Video Transcript

okay, were asked if I'm the period of the following function. More appeared is equal to two pi over absolutely will be, which is a coefficient in front of hair. So that's two pi over five.

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