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Suppose that the graph of a certain function, $y=f(x)$, has the property that if it is shifted $20$ units to the right, then the resulting graph is identical to the original graph of $y=f(x)$. What is the smallest positive $a$ such that if the graph of $y=f\left(\frac x5\right)$ is shifted $a$ units to the right, then we know that the resulting graph is identical to the original graph of $y=f\left(\frac x5\right)$?

 Aug 2, 2018
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Lightning, you are NOT stupid so how about displaying your questions properly!

 Aug 2, 2018

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