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This isn't really a homework problem, but I am having trouble understanding why this is true:
A function with the following symmetry does not have any even harmonics in its spectrum.
I understand the concept based on odd/even symmetry properties, but can anyone provide a mathematical proof?
A function with the following symmetry does not have any even harmonics in its spectrum.
I understand the concept based on odd/even symmetry properties, but can anyone provide a mathematical proof?