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    Fourier Series - f(x)=x^2, -1 \le x < 1

    Folks,

    Could someone check my work as attached? Fairly short.

    Actually I did it using the half range series but I am not sure if I am suppose to do it the 'long' way based on the way it was asked in attachment...?

    Thanks
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    I haven't checked it carefully, but it looks correct.
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