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Created this as a copy of Fourier Series Step function..Name  Status  Author  Last Modified  

Trigonometric form of a Fourier series.  draft  Frank Doheny  13/11/2017 17:49  
Trigonometric form of a Fourier series Evaluate ak & bk  Ready to use  Frank Doheny  27/11/2018 07:55  
Trigonometric form of a Fourier series Evaluate ak & bk  Ready to use  Frank Doheny  03/03/2018 15:05  
Trigonometric form of a Fourier series.  Ready to use  Frank Doheny  03/03/2018 15:04  
Fourier Series Step function.  Needs to be tested  John Butler  09/01/2019 15:10  
Fourier Series square wave function.  draft  John Butler  09/01/2019 15:08 
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