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What is the fundamental period of f(x) = e^{ax+ibx}where a, b are real numbers greater than zero? Find the fourier series for f(x).

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I am able to find the fourier series for trig based functions but am not sure how to start this one. I was wondering if someone could give me a hint as to how to go about tackling it. My guess would be I have to simplify the function using euler's formula and then go about finding the series in the normal way.

Any hints anyone could offer on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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# Homework Help: Complex fourier series question

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