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Trying to find the fourier series of (sinx)^3. This is an odd function, so I try to find the fourier sine coefficient, with integral of (sinx)^3*sinkx. However, my answer comes up with all sine terms. Of course all these terms go to zero when integrating between 0 and pi. Am I doing something wrong? Or is there some identity for sinx^3 that makes it easier to solve?

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# Find the fourier series of (sinx)^3

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