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  • curprev 23:5823:58, 5 December 2022Ecarder talk contribs 632 bytes +632 Created page with "A Fourier series is an expansion of trigonometric functions to model periodic functions. This method proves useful in the study of harmonic systems as the analysis in a more familiar domain is much simpler than in its original domain. It has a variety of applications ranging from signal processing to quantum mechanics. The Fourier Series is defined as <math>f(x)=\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}{a_n\cos{(\frac{nx}{L}})}+\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}{b_n\sin{(\frac{nx}{L}})}</math> ==Intuition==..."