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Unformatted text preview: 0.0741709,-0.548387 ,-1.36595 ,-1.02851 ,-0.770808 ,-0.240976 ,0.712875 ,1.95097 , 3.78372 ,3.26727 ,3.45551 ,3.71947 ,3.04153} (1) Curve fit this data by using the functions ( 29 ( 29 t t t e t t p f f f f p f 10 cos , , , , 3 sin 5 2 4 3 2 1 = = = = =-(2) Apply the (discrete) Fourier Transformation to the data in above, and chopped off the transformed data by enforcing to be zero for the transformed data ( complex number ) whose absolute value is less than 10% of the largest absolute number of the transformed data. Then apply the Inverse Fourier Transformation to the chopped transformed data, and compare it with the original data. (3) Make the least squares curve fitting using the first 5 Legendre polynomials, and find the error of the approximation to the original data....
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