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###### 0, Let f () ={ 2,~T < I < 0 0 < I < TThen the Fourier series of f (x) isA) 1+2 2 1-(C1) cosnx n=1B) 1 + 4 2, 1 sin nxC) 1+?='64"sin nD) 1 +4 1cosnx n=1

0, Let f () ={ 2, ~T < I < 0 0 < I < T Then the Fourier series of f (x) is A) 1+2 2 1-(C1) cosnx n=1 B) 1 + 4 2, 1 sin nx C) 1+?='64"sin n D) 1 +4 1cosnx n=1

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