
#1
Aug1004, 07:33 AM

P: 867

I am working through the following question:
f(t) = { a + 2aω/π*t when π/ω < t < 0 { a  2aω/π*t when 0 < t < π/ω I was wondering if someone could check what a_0 was for the Fourier coefficient. I worked it out to be 2aπ / ωL. Cheers. 



#2
Aug1604, 08:08 AM

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PF Gold
P: 38,904

I get [tex]\frac{2a\pi}{\omega}[/tex]. I don't see any "L" in the problem.



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