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How to manipulate a Fourier sine series?
I would like to plot the Fourier sine series for $f(x) = x$. I would like to manipulate the parameter
from $0$ to $10$ and plot the sine waves over $(0,1)$. My ...
May 6 '13 at 4:22
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