#### Answer

$y=2cos(\pi x)$

#### Work Step by Step

As $sex(\pi x)=\frac{1}{cos(\pi x)}$, we can first graph $y=2cos(\pi x)$ and then use the reciprocal property to obtain $y=2sec(\pi x)$. Thus the answer is $y=2cos(\pi x)$ .

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$y=2cos(\pi x)$

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