# In fourier series, why there should be finite maxima and minima (dirichlet conditions)

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amuka anurag il 14 Mar 2021
Risposto: Walter Roberson il 14 Mar 2021
why not infinte number of maxima and minima?
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Walter Roberson il 14 Mar 2021
This is not a question about MATLAB. Please use more appropriate resources to investigate fourier theory.
Dirichlet conditions. The function f satisfies the Dirichlet conditions on the interval (–T/2, + T/2) if,(i)
f is bounded on the interval (–T/2, + T/2), and
(ii)
the interval (–T/2, + T/2) may be divided into a finite number of sub-intervals in each of which the derivative f′ exists throughout and does not change sign.
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If you had an infinite number of maxima or minima then you would not be able to satisfy that there are a finite number of sub-intervals in each of which the derivative does not change sign. Each maxima or minima requires a sign change for the derivative.
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