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Find the Fourier coefficients ak and bk of the square pulse F(x) centered at x = 0: F(x)

Introduction to Linear Algebra | 4th Edition | ISBN: 9780980232714 | Authors: Gilbert Strang ISBN: 9780980232714 166

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Find the Fourier coefficients ak and bk of the square pulse F(x) centered at x = 0: F(x) = 1/ h for Ixl < h/2 and F(x) = 0 for h/2 < Ixl < n. As h ~ 0, this F(x) approaches a delta function. Find the limits of ak and bk . . The Fourier Series section 4.1 of Computational Science and Engineering explains the sine series, cosine series, complete series, and complex series b Ckeikx on math.mit.edu/cse.

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Textbook: Introduction to Linear Algebra
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Author: Gilbert Strang
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