I have a problem here where I am told to integrate the following

(all sums are from 1 to infinity)

$\displaystyle x\sim 2\displaystyle \sum \sin(ns)$

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- Feb 17th 2010, 01:33 PMartvandalay11Integrating Fourier Series
I have a problem here where I am told to integrate the following

(all sums are from 1 to infinity)

$\displaystyle x\sim 2\displaystyle \sum \sin(ns)$ - Feb 17th 2010, 05:15 PMartvandalay11
I am still stuck on this, which seems particularly stupid to me as I could flat out calculate the fourier series in question

can anyone at least tell me if the first integration would result in a fourier series? Because I don't think it does - Feb 19th 2010, 07:04 AMartvandalay11
alright guys I got this question