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Calculate the Fourier series expansion for the function: f(x)=1, on (1,0), and f(x)=0 on (0,1), with f(x+2)=f(x), for all x.

Calculate the Fourier series expansion for the function:
f(x)=1, on (−1,0),
and f(x)=0 on (0,1),
with f(x+2)=f(x), for all x.
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Let function can be written as f (x) = 0 on (−2, −1) f (x) = 1 on (−1, 0)
f (x) = 0 on (0, 1) and f (x) = 1on (1, 2) and then f can be considered as 2−
periodic function.
Coefficient of...

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