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    Finding Values Using Dirichlet's theorem

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    For of the periodic functions , I need to find the value to which the Fourier series converges at

    x= 0 , Pi/2 , - Pi/2 , Pi , -Pi , 2Pi , - 2Pi

    Using Dirichlet's theorem

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    For of the periodic functions , I need to find the value to which the Fourier series converges at

    x= 0 , Pi/2 , - Pi/2 , Pi , -Pi , 2Pi , - 2Pi

    Using Dirichlet's theorem

    Theorem (Dirichlet's theorem.) If f(x) is an absolutely integrable periodic function with period in the interval , that has a finite number of points of discontinuity, then at any point where f(x) has the left- and right-hand derivatives and its ...

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