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long.939

  • 3 years ago

Hey I'm having a problem finding the Fourier series for f(x)=e^x on the interval from -pi to pi

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  1. mahmit2012
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  3. long.939
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    If i under stand this you integrated e^(x) e^(-in pi) dx, also where does sinh pi come from

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    okay that clears that up, thank you very much, I'm still a little confused with how you developed the integral you used, if you could please elaborate.

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