Fourier coefficient

by Oxymoron
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Aug10-04, 07:33 AM
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I am working through the following question:

f(t) = { a + 2a&omega;/&pi;*t when -&pi;/&omega; < t < 0
{ a - 2a&omega;/&pi;*t when 0 < t < &pi;/&omega;

I was wondering if someone could check what a_0 was for the Fourier coefficient. I worked it out to be 2a&pi; / &omega;L.

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

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