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Español: Una media onda simétrica y otra asimétrica. La roja contiene sólo el fundamental y los armónicos impares, la verde contiene el fundamental, los impares y los pares.

Symmetric and asymmetric periodic waveforms, with one half of a cycle ghosted and flipped to show the difference. The red is symmetric and green is asymmetric.

Red is:

f(t) = \cos(t) + \cos(3t+1) + 0.2\cdot \cos(7t+5)

Green is:

f(t) = \cos(t) + \cos(2t+1) + 0.2\cdot \cos(6t+5)

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