By John B. Fraleigh

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The traditional approach to Fourier series was to start with a function, calculate its Fourier coefficients, 1 ak = — I ,T 1 f bk = — I ,T F(x) cos(kx) dx (k > 0), F(x)sin(kx)dx (k 1), and then study the convergence of the resulting series a0 00 + cos(kx) + bk sin(kx). 18) and asking what properties such a function must possess. Does a trigonometric series have to be integrable? If it is integrable, then we can calculate its Fourier coefficients. Is this Fourier series always identical to the series with which we started?

If we let P3 denote the common refinement of P1 and P2, P3 = P1 U P2, then S(P2; f) ~~
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2). A sequence of real numbers converges if and only if it is a Cauchy sequence. 4). 6). 7). Let fi + f2 + + be a series of functions that converges at x = a and for which the series of deriviatives, f1' + + + , converges uniformly over an open interval I that contains a. It follows that 1. 2. 3. 8). Let + f2 + + be uniformly convergent over the interval [a, b], converging to F. If each fk is integrable over [a, b], then so is F and fb = OQfb F(x)dx fk(x)dx. 3). If f is continuous over the closed and bounded interval [a, b], then it is uniformly continuous over this interval.