In each of 1 through 6, a function is given having period p. Compute the complex Fourier series of the function and then the 10th partial sum of this series at the indicated t0. Then, using N = 128, compute a DFT approximation to this partial sum at t0f (t) = t 3 for 0 t < 1, p = 1, t0 = 1/4

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Solution: In each of 1 through 6, a function is given having period p. Compute the