How would you solve f(t)=1+t with -pi<x<pi?

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foueri series

how would you solve f(t)=1+t with -pi<x<pi?

we know that a0/2+sigma n=1 (an cos( nt) + bn(sin( nt) ?
 

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ahrkron
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Hi hawaiidude,

You need to provide some of the work you have done with this. How far have you gone?

Or, if you want, you can ask some general questions about Fourier series (which would not be moved to the homework help forum).
 

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