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Let f be the function defined by f(x) = sinx + cos x and let g be the function defined by g(u) = sinu + cos u, for all real numbers x and u. Then, a. there is not enough information is given to determine if f and g are the same. b. if x and u are different numbers, f and g are different functions c. f and g are exactly the same functionsLet f be the function defined by f(x) = sinx + cos x and let g be the function defined by g(u) = sinu + cos u, for all real numbers x and u. Then, a. there is not enough information is given to determine if f and g are the same. b. if x and u are different numbers, f and g are different functions c. f and g are exactly the same functions

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Small Tutor Farzad Farzanegan

Ans: C. Both f and g are given by the same rule, and are defined on the same doma...


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