harmonic analysis

by jumpinstickz
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May4-13, 01:32 PM
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The complex amplitudes of a monochromatic wave in the z=0 and z=d planes are
f(x,y,) and g(x,y), respectively. If d=104λ, use harmonic analysis to find g(x,y) in the
following cases:
‐ f(x,y) = 1
‐ f(x,y,) = cos(πx/2λ)
‐ f(x,y) = cos2(πy/2λ)
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