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    Fourier series

    f(x)=1, 0<x<\pi and f(x)=-1, \pi<x<2\pi
    I got the values of a_{0}=0 a_{n}=0 b_{n}=\frac{4}{n\pi} for odd value of n. Am I right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roshanhero View Post
    f(x)=1, 0<x<\pi and f(x)=-1, \pi<x<2\pi
    I got the values of a_{0}=0 a_{n}=0 b_{n}=\frac{4}{n\pi} for odd value of n. Am I right.
    That is correct (and b_n=0 for even values of n).
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    Thanks a lot coz I was so worried that I would mess up with this problem.
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