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# Fourier Series MCQ Level - 2

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QUESTION: 1

### Value of bn for the periodic function f with period 2π defined as follows : Select one:

Solution:

The function is bounded, integrable and piece wise monotonic on Let us determine the Fourier coefficients   The correct answer is: - 1/n, for n even

QUESTION: 2

### For the given periodic function The coefficient b1 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the given function f(t) can be computed as Select one:

Solution:

The coefficient b1 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the above given function f(t) can be computed as since and Hence b1 = –0.7468

QUESTION: 3

### Given the following periodic function, f(t). f (t) = { t2   for 0 ≤ t ≤ 2  ;    -t + 6   for 2 ≤ t ≤ 6 The coefficient a0 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the above given function f(t) can be computed as Select one:

Solution:

The coefficient a0 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the given function f(t) can be computed as  QUESTION: 4

For the given periodic function with a period T = 6. The Fourier coefficient a1 can be computed as
Select one:

Solution:

The coefficient a1 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the above given function f(t) can be computed with k = 1 and T = 6 as following :  a1 = –0.9119

QUESTION: 5

Sum of the series at for the periodic function f with period 2π is defined as Select one:

Solution:

The function is piece wise monotonic, bounded and integrable on [-π, π]  Let us compute its Fourier coefficients The function is continuous at all points of [-π, π] except  which holds at all points with the exception of all discontinuities,  At the sum of the series QUESTION: 6

Which of the following is an “even” function of t?
Select one:

Solution:

Since if we replace “t” by “–t”, then the function value remains the same!

QUESTION: 7

A “periodic function” is given by a function which
Select one:

Solution:

Since the function’s value remains the same value after a period (or multiple periods) has passed!
The correct answer is: satisfies f(t + T) = f(t)

QUESTION: 8

For the given periodic function with a period T = 6. The complex form of the Fourier series can be expressed as The complex coefficient can be expressed as
Select one:

Solution:

The coefficient (corresponding to k = 1) can be expressed  as : The coefficient b1 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the above given function f(t) can be computed as since and Hence b1 = –0.7468
The coefficient a1 of the continuous Fourier series associated with the above given function f(t) can be computed with k = 1 and T = 6 as following :  a1 = –0.9119 The correct answer is: –0.4560 + 0.3734i

QUESTION: 9

The function x2 is periodic with period 2l on the interval [–l, l]. The value of an is given by
Select one:

Solution:

The substitution transforms the function into a periodic function with period . Moreover it is an even function.
∴ bn = 0, n = 1, 2, 3,.....   The correct answer is: for n even

QUESTION: 10

The function x2 extended as an odd function in [–l, l] by redefining it as sum of series at x = l.
Select one:

Solution:

Substitution of transforms it into an odd periodic function on [-π, π],
so that the Fourier coefficients are
an = 0 for n = 0, 1, 2, 3  At x = 0, a point of continuity of the function, the sum of the series is zero, a fact which may be verified directly from series.
At x = l, the sum of series = 