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That is where I get up to, but I don't know what to do from there.

The answer given is: 0 and 3/(jnπ)

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You need to show your work. It looks like you differentiated instead of integrated when calculating the coefficients._{n}= 3/2 Sa(nπ/2)e^{-(jnπ)/2}

That is where I get up to, but I don't know what to do from there.

The answer given is: 0 and 3/(jnπ)

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