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    Complex fourier of a 'three' stage' square wave

    I need an example for deriving the Fourier series in exponential form of a periodic function that is a square wave with each cycle containing three 'stages' (attached) not just part negative and part positive. thanks.
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    Re: Complex fourier of a 'three' stage' square wave

    oki,
    I gave it a try. The only problem I found was forming the integral between 2 and 4. It would not form into any sine or cosine with limits between 2 and 4. How should I go about it?
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