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CONTINUOUS FOURIER SERIES (CHAPTER 11.02)

Introduction: Part 1 of 2

By Duc Nguyen

TOPIC DESCRIPTION

Continuous Fourier series. Expressing any periodic function as combinations of sine and cosine functions, with undetermined Fourier coefficients a0, ak, and bk. Definitions of "even" and "odd" functions. Derivations of formula for a0, bk, and ak.

This video teaches you how to express any periodic function as combinations of sine and cosine functions, with undetermined Fourier coefficients a0, ak, and bk along with the definitions of "even" and "odd" functions. Derivations of formula for a0, bk, and ak.

ALL VIDEOS FOR THIS TOPIC

Continuous Fourier Series: Part 1 of 2 [YOUTUBE 9:41]

Continuous Fourier Series: Part 2 of 2 [YOUTUBE 7:40]

Continuous Fourier Series: Example: Part 1 of 2 [YOUTUBE 9:33]

Continuous Fourier Series: Example: Part 2 of 2 [YOUTUBE 9:06]

Complex Form of Fourier Series: Part 1 of 2 [YOUTUBE 15:05]

Complex Form of Fourier Series: Part 2 of 2 [YOUTUBE 13:42]

COMPLETE RESOURCES
Get  in one place the following: a textbook chapter, a PowerPoint presentation, individual YouTube lecture videos, worksheets to illustrate the method and its convergence, and multiple-choice questions on Continuous Fourier Series.
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