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## Homework Statement

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## Homework Equations

Integral of a series can be assumed to be the sum of integrals

## The Attempt at a Solution

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I am not sure where to proceed from here, advice?

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Integral of a series can be assumed to be the sum of integrals

Picture of Work

I am not sure where to proceed from here, advice?

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R136a1

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Try to explicitely calculate

[tex]\int_0^\lambda A_n \cos(\frac{2\pi n}{\lambda}x)dx[/tex]

[tex]\int_0^\lambda A_n \cos(\frac{2\pi n}{\lambda}x)dx[/tex]

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Try to explicitely calculate

[tex]\int_0^\lambda A_n \cos(\frac{2\pi n}{\lambda}x)dx[/tex]

This is good advice.

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podjackel

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Ahh, that whole scary monster is zero! Thanks for the advice. :)

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brmath

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Keep an eye on periodicity. It can save you a lot of work.

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