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Vijay Singh chauhan Asked a Question
June 19, 2022 8:46 pm 30 pts
******** *************************************************************** ******************************************************************** 10) A function f: R R is said to be periodic if there exists p>0 such that f(z+p) = f(«), for all z E R. If f is a continuous periodic function on R, then [Question ID = 24543] f is unbounded Option ID = 38173] 1. 2is unbounded a f is not uniformly continuous (option ID = 38172] 4is uniformly continuous and bounded on l [Option ID = 38170] [Option ID = 38171]
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Since, f(x) is periodic and continuous it can never achieve infinity also it must be bounded for all values of x. Hence it's range can never be equal to it's co-domain R. So A cont...
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