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where

We have the following result:

Theorem. Let f(x) be a function defined and integrable on interval (1) If f(x) is even, then we have

.

and

(2) If f(x) is odd, then we have

and

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This Theorem helps define the Fourier series for functions defined only on the interval . The main idea is to extend these functions to the interval then use the Fourier series definition. and

Let f(x) be a function defined and integrableon

. Set

and

Then f1 is odd and f2 is even. It is easy to check that these two functions are defined and integrable on and are equal to f(x) on extension of f(x), while f2 is called its even extension. . The function f1 is called the odd

Definition. Let f(x), f1(x), and f2(x) be as defined above. (1) The Fourier series of f1(x) is called the Fourier Sine series of the function f(x), and is given by

where

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(2) The Fourier series of f2(x) is called the Fourier Cosine series of the function f(x), and is given by

where

Example. Find the Fourier Cosine series of f(x) = x for Answer. We have

.

and

Therefore, we have

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Example. Find the Fourier Sine series of the function f(x) = 1 for Answer. We have

.

Hence

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Example. Find the Fourier Sine series of the function Answer. We have

for

.

which gives b1 = 0 and for n > 1, we obtain

Hence

Special Case of 2L-periodic periodic functions. As we did for -periodic periodic functions, we can define the Fourier Sine and Cosine series for functions defined on the interval [[ L,L]. First, recall the Fourier series of f(x)

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where

for 1.

.

If f(x) is even, then bn = 0, for

. Moreover, we have

and

Finally, we have

2. If f(x) is odd, then an = 0, for all , and

Finally, we have

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- Finite Elementsfor 2‐D Problems
- Basic Concepts of Statistics
- Continuity of Functions by Graph (Exercises With Detailed Solutions)
- Continuity and End Behavior
- Modelling with First Order Differential Equations.
- Intervals of Validity
- Modelling With First Order Differential Equations
- Review Taylor Series
- Review
- Modeling Transformations.
- Convergence Criteria
- Applications of Numerical methods
- Transformation of Random Variables
- Describing and Exploring Data
- Application of Fourier Series to Differential Equations
- Operations on Fourier Series
- Fourier Series Basic Results
- Solving Polynomial Inequalities by Graphing
- The Newton Raphson Method
- Linear Approximations
- Vertical Tangents and Cusps
- Critical Points
- Series Solutions Airy's Equation
- Equilibrium Point Analysis Linearization Technique

Fourier Sine and Cosine Series

Fourier Sine and Cosine Series

- Finite Elementsfor 2‐D Problems
- Basic Concepts of Statistics
- Continuity of Functions by Graph (Exercises With Detailed Solutions)
- Continuity and End Behavior
- Modelling with First Order Differential Equations.
- Intervals of Validity
- Modelling With First Order Differential Equations
- Review Taylor Series
- Review
- Modeling Transformations.
- Convergence Criteria
- Applications of Numerical methods
- Transformation of Random Variables
- Describing and Exploring Data
- Application of Fourier Series to Differential Equations
- Operations on Fourier Series
- Fourier Series Basic Results
- Solving Polynomial Inequalities by Graphing
- The Newton Raphson Method
- Linear Approximations
- Vertical Tangents and Cusps
- Critical Points
- Series Solutions Airy's Equation
- Equilibrium Point Analysis Linearization Technique
- Basic Concepts of Curve Fittings
- Theory and Analysis of Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors
- Qualitative Techniques as Slope Fields
- Application of Invertible Matrices Coding
- The Magic of Vedic Maths

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