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The Fourier series of a real periodic function has only Cosine terms if it is evenSine terms if it is evenCosine terms if it is oddSine terms if it is odd Which of the above statements are correct

Consider the following rules in Fortran A signed or unsigned real variable name or a real constant is a real expression.Two real expressions connected by an arithmetic operator is a real expression.A

Match the following: List I List II A.Continuous and aperiodic1.Fourier representation is continuous and aperiodicB.Continuous and Periodic2.Fourier representation is discrete and aperiodicC.Discrete

Which of the following code snippets are the correct way to determine whether a is Odd or Even int a; String res; if (a % 2 == 0) res = "Even"; else res = "Odd"; int a; String res; if (a Mod 2

Consider the following statements about conditions that make a metal semiconductor contact rectifying N type semiconductor with work function φs more than work function φM of metalN type semiconduct

Consider the following statements for a driving point function F(jω): Re F(jω) is an even function of ω and is 0 or positive for all values of ω.Im F(jω) is an even function of ω and is 0 or pos

Consider the following in C An arithmetic operation between integer and an integer gives integer as the result.An arithmetic operation between a real and a real constant gives real constant as the res

Consider the following statements about root locus The root locus is symmetrical about real axis.If a root locus branch moves along the real axis from an open loop pole to zero or to infinity, this ro

Consider the following statements about root locus The intersection of root locus branches with the imaginary axis can be determined by the use of Routh criterionSegments of real axis having an odd nu

Assertion (A): The conditions under which it is possible to write Fourier series of a periodic function are called Drichlet conditions. Reason (R): If f(t) = - f(- t), it is refereed to as odd symmetr