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Can a fourier series of a function just be a constant?

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schattenjaeger
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Oct23-05, 11:57 PM
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say if you get a result for a0 but 0 for an and bn(using my book's notation where the fourier series is a0+an*cos(nx)+bn*sin(nx)
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Oct24-05, 03:10 AM
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Ofcourse. It happens when the original function is constant.


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