Fourier Series of x^2 [may not = f(x)] 
Fourier Series of x^2 [may not = f(x)]
by GMath / Donny Lee
Video Lecture 6 of 17
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Date Added: July 24, 2009

Lecture Description

In this video lesson, Math Instructor Donny Lee uses the even property of a function, to find the Fourier Series of x^2 on [-3, 3] which serves as an example of why certain functions do not need to agree with its Fourier Series. A Convergence Theorem is needed.

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Course Description

In this course, GMath Instructor Donny Lee gives 17 video lessons on Fourier Analysis. Some of the topics covered are: Convergence Theorem, Contrasting Power, Fourier Cosine Series, Fourier Sine Series, Periodic Functions, Phase Angle form of a Function, and many more.


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