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    if F(x)=f(sinx), then does F(pi-x)=f(sin(pi-x))?

    if F(x)=f(sinx), then can i write F(pi-x)=f(sin(pi-x))=f(sinx) ?
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    If both F(x) and F(pi-x) exist, why not? Why do you doubt?
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