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nikhil sahota Grade: 12
```        g(x)=?0 to x of cos^4tdt
then what is the value of g(x+p)
a)g(x)+g(p)
b)g(x)-G(p)```
6 years ago

## Answers : (1)

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```										Dear Nikhil
Your question is incomplete. But I am assuming that p is period of the function here
g(x+p)=0 to x+p∫cos4tdt= 0 to x∫cos4tdt + x to x+p ∫cos4tdt
=g(x) + 0 to p ∫cos4tdt,   [using property of periods]
=g(x) + g(p)
option a

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