Fourier Series Representation Problem

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Since I don't know how to insert equations into a message here, I've scanned both the problem and my attempt at a solution. Where I run into problems is how to find an. I'm not completely sure how to treat that integral and was hoping somebody could nudge me in the proper direction.

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Andrew
 

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You messed up writing down the second integral when you integrated by parts, specifically, you dropped the n in the argument. Otherwise, you look like you're on the right track.
 
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Thanks! I wrote that in a bit of a rush but so long as the idea is right I'll keep working with it.
 

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