Math Fourier series
Evaluate the formula for cn in Fourier :integral of e^kx dx = e^kx /k :unless k=0: Type your formula for c0 and cn (n>0) into the indicated spaces.
Then rewrite the Fourier series in terms of sines and cosines. Simplify as far as possible (eliminate the zero terms).
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