On Fri, 26 Apr 2013 09:05:01 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
>>The problem is to start with the LHS and get the RHS. >>As I said, this a Fourier series expanison and I want >>to know how one gets the coefficients. > >That's "the" problem, right. Does that mean it's >like an assigned problem, or just something you're >wondering about?
That would mean what the word "assigned" means. If it means homework or an exam, I am 35 years too old for it. If it means analytically solving a certain fluid flow problem for an industrial application, then it it would be ok to call it an assignment. The key is to understand .... not get answers ... or so they said all those years ago in graduate school.