http://webpages.dcu.ie/~applebyj/ms224/BT2_FSER.pdf
have a look, might be useful, might not, been a year or so since i did fourier at uni and i hated with a passion, maybe that was just the lecturer.. probably the lecturer
You probably meant to say at ω=2.I am confused on what to do at ω=2t
And the phase is 30 degrees. I now get it. Thanks man.You probably meant to say at ω=2.
The amplitude would be the square-root of the sum of squares:
\(
\sqrt{(\sqrt{3})^2 + 1^2} = \sqrt{4} = 2
\)
See if you can figure out the phase on your own.
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