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# fourier series watch

1. The fourier series of f(x)=x/pi from pi to -pi

Ao = 1?

since the integral would be 1/pi^2 int (x) dx

so 1/pi^2 [x^2/2] from pi to -pi

but the answer says Ao = 0?
2. (Original post by cushticwarrior)
The fourier series of f(x)=x/pi from pi to -pi

Ao = 1?

since the integral would be 1/pi^2 int (x) dx

so 1/pi^2 [x^2/2] from pi to -pi

but the answer says Ao = 0?
3. (Original post by SherlockHolmes)
i see, thanks

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