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why do we use Euler equation that is e ^(jωt)=cos(ωt)+i sin(ωt) in Fourier series and what does it represent?

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amaresh92

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why do we use Euler equation that is e ^(jωt)=cos(ωt)+i sin(ωt) in Fourier series and what does it represent?

advanced thanks.

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uart

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It also has the advantage that often both sets of coefficients can be found using just the one integral equation, as opposed to a separate one for each of the Sine and Cosine series.

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