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(Original post by Resonance234)
Hi

I spend a lot of my free time typing equations and solving math on the computer using LaTex.

I had dyslexia in high school but now its mostly gone.

Could it be LaTex cured me of it? We seriously need to investigate teaching math through LaTex.

Can you make a nice picture using ?
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Can you make a nice picture using ?

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It is equal to:

And the proof relies on:
1. The theorem on the fourier transform a peridioc signal.
2. The duality theorem and its application with regard to complex exponentials having the dirac pulse as its pair.

Now:

Taking the fourier transform on both sides:

Finding the complex fourier series co efficients c k:

Now:

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i thought you mean latex like latex gloves and was like wtf??
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(Original post by angelike1)
i thought you mean latex like latex gloves and was like wtf??
i know, its supposedly pronounced LaTECH and that was my initial reaction when I learned about it.
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Is this correct?

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(Original post by Resonance234)
Is this correct?

k isn't even in the sum, so no.
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(Original post by Sinnoh)
Hey, the third column spells ideas, hmm.
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