Hello, can someone explain me this, dont know what i need to do, how i can solve it?

Please help me

a) prove that if ¨f¨is periodic with period p, then 1/f is also periodic with period p.

b) prove that cosecant and secant each have period 2π.

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- Apr 21st 2013, 07:32 PMaser03Help with trigonometric graph
Hello, can someone explain me this, dont know what i need to do, how i can solve it?

Please help me

a) prove that if ¨f¨is periodic with period p, then 1/f is also periodic with period p.

b) prove that cosecant and secant each have period 2π. - Apr 21st 2013, 07:46 PMibduttRe: Help with trigonometric graph
We know that

A function f is said to be periodic with period P (P being a nonzero constant) if we have

f(x) = f(x+P)

for all values of x. If there exists a least positive constant P with this property, it is called the prime period. A function with period P will repeat on intervals of length P, and these intervals are referred to as periods.

Now i think that would answer all your queries.