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005; Sinusoidal array (xt). billing = 28. 50; Sinusoidal array (xt). test = [68, 70, 68; 118, 118, 119; 172, 170, 169]; Sinusoidal array Periodic:Fundamental period = 1 samplel. 43(a)DC component =(b)Sinusoidal component =Amplitude = (b) (b)x(t)e−j2π 2T t dt = e 2T dt 2T −T 2T −T T 1 n = te−jπ t dt 2T 2 −T T 1 jT −jπ n T 2 −jπ n t = te T + e T 2T 2 πn π 2 n2 −T 1 jT 2 −jπn T2 jT 2 jπn T2 = e + 2 e−jπn + e − 2 ejπn 2T 2 πn π n πn π n j = (−1)n πn ∞7. 005; array (t). billing = 127. 00; array (t). test = [79, 75, 73; 180, 178, 177. 5; 220, 210, 205]; array Decide the Fourier arrangement extension of the occasional waveform given by ∞ p(t) = p1 (t − 4n), n=−∞ and appeared in the figure underneath: p(t) … t - 5 - 3 - 1 3 5 (Hint: Use the Fourier change P1 (f ) found in the past issue, and the accompanying 1 n condition to find the Fourier coefficients: pn = T F1 ( T ).

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