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Homework 6: Update and Solutions

By | 2017-10-17T11:10:09+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Categories: Courses, Math 344|

I made a few small updates to Homework 6: In Problem 8a, I added a hypothesis for the function $f(t)$. I slightly tweaked the placement of some parentheses throughout. The new version has already been uploaded. I have also uploaded solutions for this homework. Hopefully they can be some help if you get stuck (or [...]

Homework 5: Update and Solutions

By | 2017-10-09T21:10:34+00:00 October 9th, 2017|Categories: Courses, Math 344|

I caught a few small errors in Homework 5. In Problem 1, the Maclaurin series for sine and cosine were slightly off. In Problem 5a, the formula for the Fourier series should have involved a sum over only odd integers. Both errors have been corrected and the new version has been uploaded. (You may need to [...]

Forms of Fourier Series

By | 2017-10-07T09:03:05+00:00 October 2nd, 2017|Categories: Courses, Math 344|

I was a bit sloppy in class, so I thought I’d make a quick post about the three equivalent forms for Fourier series. First Form: Phase-Shifted Sines The first type of form we began with could be described as a "phase-shifted sines" form: \[ f(t)=\sum_{n=0}^N A_n\sin(2\pi nt+\phi_n). \] Here I'm including $n=0$, which gives a [...]