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A function is said to be periodic function if its each value is repeated after a definite interval. So a function \[f(x)\] will be periodic if a positive real number \[T\] exist such that, \[f(x+T)=f(x)\], \[\forall x\in \]domain. Here the least positive value of \[T\] is called the period of the function.

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