Hello,

Does anybody please know how to solve this problem

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thank you so much

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- May 8th 2011, 07:48 AMPeaceSoulfourier analysis
Hello,

Does anybody please know how to solve this problem

P10.jpg picture by peacefulsoul1 - Photobucket

i added the definition of f hat

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thank you so much - May 8th 2011, 08:15 AMJose27
Integrate by parts to see that the term by term differentiation of the Fourier series for f is the series for f', use induction and Riemann Lebesgue for the k-th derivative series.

- May 8th 2011, 08:18 AMPeaceSoul
thank you for the advice, let me try doing this now and get back to you in few minutes, and pretty sure ill be stuck somewhere :) please wait for me

- May 8th 2011, 08:30 AMPeaceSoul
i was able to do this the proof for k =2 which is the following :

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here is my work :

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how do i proceed ? without using "Riemann Lebesgue" because we have not taken it :S - May 8th 2011, 07:48 PMJose27
Your method is fine and more elementary than what I was suggesting, now just apply the same procedure k times (there's no reason to stop at two, everything works the same).