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Quick question on finding periods of sine equation

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(17 pi)/4 = (16 pi)/4 + (pi/4) = (4 pi) + pi/4
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Well It's just like making a improper fraction into proper fraction.

17π/4 = (16π + π)/4 = 16π/4 + π/4 = 4π + π/4

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That's not a periodic function; that's a constant expression.

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