In this section we will analyze the Fourier coefficients of $\mathrm{Maj}_n$. In fact, we give an explicit formula for them in Theorem 16 below. But most of the time this formula is not too useful; instead, it’s better to understand the Fourier coefficients of $\mathrm{Maj}_n$ asymptotically as $n \to \infty$.

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