Talk:Riemann-Lebesgue Lemma

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TL: lemma can also be proven first by uniformly approximating the given function uniformly by a trig polynomial (can do so since fejer's theorem) and apply integration by parts to the trig polynomial and see that it goes to zero when n (we have the n-th fourier coefficient) go to infinity. (not my idea.)