Calculate the amplitude of the dc component, Electrical Engineering

A periodic voltage consists of sinusoidal pulses having an amplitude of 150 V (SEE DIAGRAM BELOW). Use Fourier Series Expansion to calculate:

1.       the amplitude of the DC component,

2.       the fundamental,

3.       the effective value of the voltage,

4.       the effective value of all the harmonics.

V(Θ) =

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MY PARTIAL SOLUTION (NOT SURE WHERE TO GO FROM HERE):

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