Toronto Math Forum
APM3462012 => APM346 Math => Home Assignment 5 => Topic started by: Aida Razi on October 31, 2012, 09:31:34 PM

Part (a) solution is attached!

WTH you are bringing me from textbook the plots of the partial sums of the FS on the given interval rather than the complete sum on $(\infty,\infty)$ which is due to continuation?

WTH you are bringing me from textbook the plots of the partial sums of the FS on the given interval rather than the complete sum on $(\infty,\infty)$ which is due to continuation?
Professor Ivrii,
The interval is [0,Ï€]!

WTH you are bringing me from textbook the plots of the partial sums of the FS on the given interval rather than the complete sum on $(\infty,\infty)$ which is due to continuation?
Professor Ivrii,
The interval is [0,Ï€]!
But F.s. converges everywhere!

WTH you are bringing me from textbook the plots of the partial sums of the FS on the given interval rather than the complete sum on $(\infty,\infty)$ which is due to continuation?
Professor Ivrii,
The interval is [0,Ï€]!
But F.s. converges everywhere!
Yes, I got it.
I am sorry,