# Document 11740915

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PROBLEM 1
(a) Derive the first two of the (general) orthogonality equations
pT/2
m27r
n2rr
cos() cos(x) 4
-T/2
-
pT/2
m2ir
n2rr
cos(—--x) sin(-T-x)
J—T/2
T/2
1
sin(
-T/2
m27r
n2r
x) sin(—
T
T
)\$
ifmn
ifm=n
T/2
.
lo
1T/2
ifm
ifm
=
n
n
You may use the following identities:
cos a cos b
[cos(a
—
b) + cos(a + b)],
sinacosb
[sin(a
—
b) + sin(a + b)].
(b) Assuming f(x) is a piecewise-smooth and continuous T-periodic function, we have the
Fourier series (in the real form)
f(x)
=ao+
Use (a) to show that for n
2
/
n2u
n2r
cos(——x) + b s1n(Tx)
1
T/2
1
n2ir
f(x)cos(x)c b
=
f/2
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2
T/2
2
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PROBLEM 3
(a) Find the complex form of the Fourier series of the given 2n-periodic function f(x) =
if —‘it &lt; x &lt; it. (Hint: you might not need any calculation in part (a).)
(b) Find the complex form of the Fourier series of the given 2ir-periodic function e&deg; if
—n &lt;x &lt;‘it. You may use the fact the (complex) Fourier coefficients are
X
2
C_
T/2
1
Cj
(c) Use (b) to find the complex form-&amp;f—t1ie--Fo.u:ier series of the given 2’ir-periodic function
f(x)=cosh2xif—n&lt;x&lt;n.
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