# The Paradox of Periodicity (of Functions)

You know periodic functions right? Functions that after a certain place start repeating, for example sin(x): More formally, a function f is called periodic is for some constant p>0, f(x+p)=f(x). In other words, shifting by p does not affect f(x). The constant p will be called the period of the function (sometimes we say f […]

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