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I believe there exists a P(x) defined on [-2π, 2π]

such that over that interval P(x) = [itex]\sum^{\infty}_{n=0}[sin(πnx)][/itex]

Its weird but I have a feeling that this might converge to a function such as tangent

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# A possible solution to the infinite summation of sin(x)

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