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lol btw what do you mean by stretch and shrunk?
ok if we take sinx and sinx/4 , it lies between -1 and 1
so i beliueve it wont change
it would stretch
ishaan, that's what I am thinking too
but u aren't provided with the function
It would stretch in the horizontal direction - not the vertical direction. @Akshay Budhkar is correct in that sense.
I meant the period
the period stretches !
lol what else were you thinking? akshay
I think he was thinking amplitude
@imranmeah91 - there is nothing in the question to indicate that rect is a periodic function
oh amplitude "if rect(t) is function between -1/2 to 1/2 " i think this lines suggests it's periodic nature
ok, horizontally stretched
|dw:1326849951351:dw| one possibility is it could asymptote towards the two limits
that's not rect(t) function
the only information given is that its range is between -1/2 and 1/2
unless you are saying that this is some well known function named "rect"
yes , there is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rectangular_function
that still does not look periodic to me. I think all we can say is that is would stretch it horizontally