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Integrating of (1) from L to L, using Problem 13.2, gives L
f x dx 2AL
1 2L
f x dx
1 L a f x dx and so A 0 . L L 2 The above results also hold when the integration limits L; L are replaced by c; c 2L: Note that in all parts above, interchange of summation and integration is valid because the series is assumed to converge uniformly to f x in L; L . Even when this assumption is not warranted, the coe cients am and bm as obtained above are called Fourier coe cients corresponding to f x , and the corresponding series with these values of am and bm is called the Fourier series corresponding to f x . An important problem in this case is to investigate conditions under which this series actually converges to f x . Su cient conditions for this convergence are the Dirichlet conditions established in Problems 13.18 through 13.23. Putting m 0 in the result of part (a), we nd a0
13.5. (a) Find the Fourier coe cients corresponding to the function & 0 5 < x < 0 f x Period 10 3 0<x<5 (b) Write the corresponding Fourier series. (c) How should f x be de ned at x 5; x 0; and x 5 in order that the Fourier series will converge to f x for 5 @ x @ 5
The graph of f x is shown in Fig. 13-6.
FOURIER SERIES
[CHAP. 13
f (x) Period
_ 15 _ 10 _5
5 10 15
Fig. 13-6
(a) Period 2L 10 and L 5. Choose the interval c to c 2L as 5 to 5, so that c 5. 1 c 2L nx 1 5 nx f x cos f x cos an dx dx L c L 5 5 5 & 0 ' 5 1 nx nx 3 5 nx 0 cos cos dx 3 cos dx dx 5 5 5 5 5 0 5 0  5 3 5 nx   0 sin if n 6 0 5 n 5 
Then
If n 0; an a0
5 cos
0x 3 dx 5 5
dx 3:
bn
1 c 2L nx 1 5 nx dx dx f x sin f x sin L c L 5 5 5 & 0 ' 5 1 nx nx 3 5 nx dx 3 sin dx dx 0 sin sin 5 5 5 5 5 0 5 0   3 5 nx 5 3 1 cos n  cos 5 n 5 0 n
(b) The corresponding Fourier series is
1 1 a0 X nx nx 3 X 3 1 cos n nx bn sin sin an cos L L 2 n 1 n 5 2 n 1   3 6 x 1 3x 1 5x sin sin sin 2  5 3 5 5 5
Since f x satis es the Dirichlet conditions, we can say that the series converges to f x at all points of f x 0 f x 0 continuity and to at points of discontinuity. At x 5, 0, and 5, which are points 2 of discontinuity, the series converges to 3 0 =2 3=2 as seen from the graph. If we rede ne f x as follows, 8 x 5 > 3=2 > > >0 5 < x < 0 < f x 3=2 x 0 Period 10 > >3 0<x<5 > > : 3=2 x 5 then the series will converge to f x for 5 @ x @ 5.
13.6. Expand f x x2 ; 0 < x < 2 in a Fourier series if (a) the period is 2, (b) the period is not speci ed.
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