### Fourier series

Find the Fourier series in trigonometric form for f(t) = |sin(pi*t)|. Graph its power spectrum.

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Find the Fourier series in trigonometric form for f(t) = |sin(pi*t)|. Graph its power spectrum.

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Find the Fourier transfrom of the following function: f(t) = te^(-2t), for t > 0

Find the complex Fourier series coefficients for the function x(t) depicted in the below figure Please see

Here, we have to find f(t) from the given value of Cn. I am not able to arrive at f(t)={3/[5-4cos(pit+pi/20)} despite many attempts. Please show me how to arrive at the final expected f(t) value.

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Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problem. Let Y: R --> R be the periodic function whose restriction to [0,1] is X (0,1/2) - X(1/2,1) Y is an odd function. S 1--> 0 Y(x) cos 2pi kx dx = S 1/2-->-1/2 Y(x) cos 2pi kx dx Vk Conclude the the complex Fourier Series...can be expressed in the form...

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Please see the attached file for the fully formatted function. Find the Fourier series, sketch the graph of the function for 3 periods. Is this a discontinuous graph? Is it an even or odd function, I know there are Fourier series rules for them.

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