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    Some queries on Fourier Series.

    Please see attached. I struggle with Latex so this was easier.

    Any assistance much appreciated.
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    Re: Some queries on Fourier Series.

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBenton View Post
    Please see attached. I struggle with Latex so this was easier.

    Any assistance much appreciated.
    For 1. the limits are -\pi and \pi not 0 and \pi

    For 2., what is the integral of 3-2x?

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    Re: Some queries on Fourier Series.

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBenton View Post
    Please see attached. I struggle with Latex so this was easier.

    Any assistance much appreciated.
    If by a_0 you mean the constant term then the multiplier if the integral is 1/(2\pi) if the constant term is a_0/2 then the multiplier is 1/\pi it all depends on how a_0 has been defined.

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    Re: Some queries on Fourier Series.

    Integral of 3 - 2x = 3x - x^2...

    What else have I done incorrect?


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    Re: Some queries on Fourier Series.

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryBenton View Post
    Integral of 3 - 2x = 3x - x^2...

    What else have I done incorrect?


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    You consistently seem to try to evaluate the limits of integration as 0 and \pi rather than -\pi and \pi

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