Hey everybody! I am an undergrad student ,in an ee department.Ive taken "signals and systems" and two ago we got into the Fourier part. The question i have is whether or not there are some steps someone can follow in order to find the Fourier series given some specific graph.Now,our professor told us that there are some graphs(square pulse,sawtooth etc) that we know their Fourier series function.How about some other graphs similar to them?How can we find their Fourier Series?Are there some steps someone can follow in order to do that?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

P.S:When i say graphs similar to them i mean the graphs that we already know their Fourier series; but are a little "transformed" i.e a sawtooth with a bigger amplitude or a shifted square pulse.

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# Question about Fourier Series

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