That's the Fourier series, you can't solve it without the Fourier coefficients. So it's all a lie
@Fallout267, what if the password is "syntax error"
@timwinning13, well that's what you would get by putting it into a calculator, but that would be a silly idea anyway as I don't know of any calculators that could solve a Fourier series
@Fallout267, maybe that's the point. A real mathematician, would understand that it's a syntax error, thus gets free wifi. Either than or its most likely a lie or MIT are just trolling stupid people
@timwinning13, that would be my guess
@Fallout267, maybe the password is "TheFourierSeries"
@Fallout267, as an MIT student, I have been all around campus and I have never seen this. Further proof that it's a lie
@Fallout267, You'd also need the boundary conditions
@Fallout267, It doesn't even give the function. Maybe the password is "Fourier Series".
@Fallout267, you just need some boundary conditions and you can infer the coefficients
@captaincowtj, Manukau Institute of Technology mate, and the values needed are inside.
@Sweet or Sour, I guess that is still technically an MIT, though I've never heard of it, most likely due to being outside of the U.S. (Or really obscure)
@captaincowtj, down under
The password must be "not enough given information."
Sooo no wifi then? Got it
I will just use my data.....
42. That's what I'd make it.
@George Feeny, it's actually 69,420,666,360
@George Feeny, ..... 25
@JacketOff, thank you so much for getting it lol. For everyone else here ""Hey Patrick, you know what's funnier than 24?" "What?" "Hehe, 25!"
@George Feeny, you lose a gold star...
@Traceratops, I'm a good noodle!!!
@TotallyNotTrump, see that would've been funny if it was George feeny
Good guy Greg solves and puts answer underneath.
Just ask for the wifi password
The answer is 12!
No this is Patrick
There's a Costa around the corner... I'll go there