Is it possible to use the teacher's theorem? $ T (n) = aT ( lfloor frac {n} {b} rfloor) + g (n) $

The master theorem can be used in case of a recurring relationship of the form $ T (n) = aT ( frac {n} {b}) + g (n) $

But is it possible to use the master theorem for recurrence relationships of the form? $ T (n) = aT ( lfloor frac {n} {b} rfloor) + g (n) $?