Find the full series of sinx on (-l,l) in its real and complex forms. Assume that l is not an integer multiple of . Hint: First find the series for .

I don't see how finding the fourier series of helps in finding the series for sinx.

THanks

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- December 4th 2007, 04:26 PMtbyou87Fourier series of sinx
Find the full series of sinx on (-l,l) in its real and complex forms. Assume that l is not an integer multiple of . Hint: First find the series for .

I don't see how finding the fourier series of helps in finding the series for sinx.

THanks - December 4th 2007, 05:01 PMgalactus
The reason they said that is because:

- December 4th 2007, 06:14 PMtbyou87
So I simplified the complex version for the coefficient of the fourier series to

I'm not sure how to simplify it from here.

THanks - December 4th 2007, 06:36 PMTwistedOne151Simplifying…
To simplify we can use the fact that to get that

Thus

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