What is the type and frequency of x(t)

This is a Fourier waveform question that I am struggling with.

$$x(t) = \frac{8}{\pi}\left(\sin(8000\pi t)+ \frac{1}{3}\sin(24000\pi t) + \frac{1}{5}\sin(40000\pi t) + \frac{1}{7}\sin(56000\pi t) + \text{...} + \text{...}\right)$$

Updated with shown attempt.

F1 =2π/W1 =1/4000

F2 = 2π/W2 = 1/12000

F3 = 2π/W3 = 1/20000

F4 - 2π/W4 = 1/28000

F1/FN RATIOS

F1/F2 = 3

F1/F3 = 5

F1/F4 = 7

LCD OF RATIOS = 35

35 X F1 = .00875 F0 = .00875

Fundamental frequency = 2π/F0 =360Hz

• in format 1/Nsin(2πN f *t) f= 4kHz, N=1, then harmonic terms are 3f,5f,7f . No phase shift terms like a square wave Jan 2, 2020 at 13:46
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• Regarding the update: F1 =/= 2π / W1, but F1 = 2π * W1 Jan 3, 2020 at 8:46
• @Huisman So I have made a mistake in getting F1, F2, F3 and F4? It should be 2π *8000 = F1? Jan 3, 2020 at 8:51
• Yes, do also check Tony's first comment... Jan 3, 2020 at 8:54