Fourier - 1 (x) where f 1 (x) is the odd function x 5 . The...

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Determine whether the Fourier series of the given function will include only sine terms, only cosine terms, or both sine terms and cosine terms. = - - ≤ ≤ fx 6 x5 2 x 2 The function f(x) = 6-x 5 is not even or odd. Therefore I needed to rewrite the function as f(x) = 6 +f
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Unformatted text preview: 1 (x) where f 1 (x) is the odd function x 5 . The 6 is the constant. So, f(x) would be considered to be odd since the origin then would be (0,6). This then tells me the Fourier series of the given function will only include sine terms....
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