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Amaelle

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- Homework Statement
- calculate the value of the fourier serie at x=e for the e periodic function (0,e]

f(x)=log(x)

- Relevant Equations
- Fourier serie

Greetings

according to the function we can see that there is a jump at x=e and I know that the value of the function at x=e should be the average between the value of f(x) at this points

my problem is the following

the limit of f(x) at x=e is -infinity and f(e)=1

how can we deal with such situations?

thank you!

according to the function we can see that there is a jump at x=e and I know that the value of the function at x=e should be the average between the value of f(x) at this points

my problem is the following

the limit of f(x) at x=e is -infinity and f(e)=1

how can we deal with such situations?

thank you!