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So you mean that I should take each portion appart (where f(x) is constant) and calculate the integral. Then, I add them all together ?

Is there any other method where I can calculate Fourier series normally and then I multiply them by another factor which will make them increase or decrease ?

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Why do you want to Fourier transform that function?

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I want to extract the mathematical function for this graph of voltage response. Could you please help me or guide me in doing that ?

https://fb-s-d-a.akamaihd.net/h-ak-xlp1/v/t1.0-0/p526x296/17457874_1911500359125961_8184758272904545979_n.jpg?oh=50117debf8fd6047caf1f0795e0a9254&oe=59500784&__gda__=1498980987_b71e34fea90ba330474f88d4a58f82d9 [Broken]

https://fb-s-d-a.akamaihd.net/h-ak-xlp1/v/t1.0-0/p526x296/17457874_1911500359125961_8184758272904545979_n.jpg?oh=50117debf8fd6047caf1f0795e0a9254&oe=59500784&__gda__=1498980987_b71e34fea90ba330474f88d4a58f82d9 [Broken]

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I'm not sure if that is really useful, I'm quite sure a piecewise definition of the function will work better.

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