Fourier Series

Science / Tides and Currents / Fourier Series: A series proposed by the French mathematician Fourier about the year 1807. The series involves the sines and cosines of whole multiples of a varying angle and is usually written in the following form: y =AB + A1 sin x + A2 sin 2x + A3 sin 3x + ... B1 cos x + B2 cos 2x + B3 cos 3x + ... By taking a sufficient number of terms the series may be assumed to represent any periodic function of x.

Series 7

Business / Taxes / Series 7: To be licensed to sell securities to individual investors, brokers must pass the Series 7 exam, also called the General Securities Registered Representative Examination. The six-hour test requires kno MORE

Series 63

Business / Taxes / Series 63: The Series 63 is a licensing examination that most states require for anyone who wants to sell securities within the state. Developed by the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA MORE

Series 6

Business / Taxes / Series 6: The Series 6 is a licensing examination that you must pass to be entitled to sell mutual funds and variable annuities to investors. The examination, which is administered by NASD, is a 100-question mu MORE

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