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    Integrating Periodic Functions

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    Suppose that f(x + 2pi) = f(x) is an integrable functionof period 2pi. Show that

    S f(x) dx 2pi + a ---> a = S f(x) dx 2pi ----> 0

    where a is any real number.

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    We will use 2 = T and c = a

    If the period of the function f(x) ...

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    A periodic function is integrated. The soution is well presented.

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