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I have a general question regarding the computation of Fourier Series coefficients for real and odd inputs. In this case, the following should be true:

∫x(t)*e^(-j*k*w*t)dt = ∫x(t)*sin(k*w*t)dt

However, every time I compute my coefficients this way, I get the inverse sign of what it is supposed to be -- my coefficients are flipped on the x-axis. Since this happens every time, I don't think it's a computational mistake, but rather a conceptual problem. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks.

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# Fourier Series for real and odd signals

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