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I'm trying to solve Fourier Series, but I have a question.

I know that cos(nx) is even and sin(nx) is odd. But what does this mean when I take the integral or sum of cos(nx) or sin(nx)? Do they have a value or do they just keep their form?

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# Orthogonality of sine and cosine question

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