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if anyone can help me I guess it is you! :)

I'm trying to find the fourier Series demonstration to continuous and periodic functions.

I don't understand why people keep using X(jw) and X[e^jw] and even sometimes X(w) and X(f)

If anyone can help me i'm really not understanding that!

Best regards

Peter

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# Fourier Series/ transform demonstration

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