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#### The period of is

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In this question, we have to find the period of and we know, period of sin kx =. Firstly, we will find the period of the numerator and denominator and using which we can get the required period of function given.

#### The correct answer is: 1

#### f(x)=

Period of sin kx =

In numerator,

period of sin ()=

In denominator,

period of sin ()=

So, the period of f(x) is 1.

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