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2011-12-30 14:24:26 +0100 | commented answer | Recover general formula for fourier series? Thanks very much for these .. I will study/play with them, and hopefully my function falls under 'simple case' .. thanks again. |

2011-12-30 14:23:12 +0100 | commented question | Recover general formula for fourier series? It may be a poor question then .. my frame of reference is the typical fourier series for periodic functions found on-line (square, triangle, saw), which all seem to reduce to nice clean equations for the nth coefficient. I didn't realize most would not behave so nicely .. though, I don't feel so bad now for scratching my head about the more complex function for which I was trying to generate a series .. smile. Thanks for the input/answer. |

2011-12-29 15:52:24 +0100 | asked a question | Recover general formula for fourier series? Hi, Is there a way to recover the general formula for a fourier series? That is, f.fourier_series_sine_coefficient(9,pi) will give me the 9th sine coefficient, but I'd like to know more generally how I can construct the Nth sine coefficient. I'm doing some complicated (to me) fourier series, and I'm having trouble figuring out the formula for the Nth. Thanks for any help. Andrew |

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