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1. Let f(x) be the 2T-periodic function which is defined by f(xcos(x/4) for -<< (a) Draw the graph of y = f(x) over the interval-3r < x < 3π. Is f continuous on R? (b) Find the trigonometric Fourier Series (with L = π) for f(x). Does the series converge absolutely or conditionally? Does it converge uniformly? Justify your answer. (c) Use your result to obtain explicit values for these three series: and , and 162 16k2-1" 16k2 1)2 に1...
1. Consider the function defined by 1- x2, 0< |x| < 1, f(x) 0, and f(r) f(x+4) (a) Sketch the graph of f(x) on the interval -6, 6] (b) Find the Fourier series representation of f(x). You must show how to evaluate any integrals that are needed 2. Consider the function 0 T/2, T/2, T/2 < T. f(x)= (a) Sketch the odd and even periodic extension of f(x) for -3r < x < 3m. (b) Find the Fourier cosine series...
Let f(x) be the 27-periodic function which is defined by f(x)-cos(x/4) for-π < x < 1. π. (a) Draw the graph of y f(x) over the interval-3π < x < 3π. Is f continuous on R? (b) Find the trigonometric Fourier Series (with L π) for f(x). Does the series converge absolutely or conditionally? Does it converge uniformly? Justify your answer. (c) Use your result to obtain explicit values for these three series: 16k2 1 16k2 1 (16k2 1)2 に1...
3. Consider the periodic function defined by sin(x f(x)-く 0T and f(x)-f(x + 27). 1 (a) Sketch f(x) on the interval-3π 〈 3T. 9 (b) Find the complex Fourier series of f(x) and obtain from it the regular Fourier series. 3. Consider the periodic function defined by sin(x f(x)-く 0T and f(x)-f(x + 27). 1 (a) Sketch f(x) on the interval-3π 〈 3T. 9 (b) Find the complex Fourier series of f(x) and obtain from it the regular Fourier series.
2. Consider the function f(x) defined on 0 <x < 2 (see graph (a) Graph the extension of f(x) on the interval (-6,6) that fix) represents the pointwise convergence of the Sine series. At jump discontinuities, identify the value to which the series converges (b) Derive a general expression for the coefficients in the Fourier Sine series for f(x). Then write out the Fourier series through the first four nonzero terms. Expressions involving sin(nt/2) and cos(nt/2) must be evaluated as...
3. Consider the periodic function defined by f(x) =sin(r) 0 x<T 0 and f(x) f(x+27) (a) Sketch f(x) on the interval -3T < 3T (b) Find the complex Fourier series of f(r) and obtain from it the regular Fourier series. 3. Consider the periodic function defined by f(x) =sin(r) 0 x
Consider the function 0<x<π/2. z, f(x) = (a) Sketch the odd and even periodic extension of f(x) for-3π 〈 x 〈 3π. (b) Find the Fourier cosine series of the even periodic extension of f(x) Consider the function 0
Sketch the function with its (a) odd periodic extension and (b) even then find the Fourier Sine and Fourier Cosine series, respectively. periodic extension, 0< x < X f(x) = -< x< 2 2 Sketch the function with its (a) odd periodic extension and (b) even then find the Fourier Sine and Fourier Cosine series, respectively. periodic extension, 0
Given the function f(x) -3x + 1 defined on the interval (0, 5], denote by fe the even extension on [-5, 5] off. the Fourier series expansion of fe Find feF, + bn sin / - n-l that is, find the coefficients a , an , and bn , with n 1 . ao = anF Given the function f(x) -3x + 1 defined on the interval (0, 5], denote by fe the even extension on [-5, 5] off. the...
(8) 2 points Let f be a function defined and continuous, with continuous first partial derivative at the origin (0,0). A unit vector u for which D.f (0,0) is the maximum is: maximum a 1 (0,0)), A. /(0,0)x,0),y (0 af B. (0,0) 8x0,0),(0,0)), af 1 ((0,0),-y C. (0,0), /(0,0) D. None of the above. (8) 2 points Let f be a function defined and continuous, with continuous first partial derivative at the origin (0,0). A unit vector u for which...