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Nov2412, 03:14 PM

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Why is Fourier sine series of any function satisfying Dirichlet's theorem, not defined on the discontinuous points whereas we define it for Fourier cosine series?
ex  sine series of f(x) = cosx, 0<=x<=∏ is defined on 0<x<∏ whereas cosine series of f(x) = sinx, 0<=x<=∏ is defined on 0<=x<=∏ 



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