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    Re: Fourier Transform Help

    Lose the a! Otherwise, you're fine. I would look at graphs of the sinc function, like here. The a inside would have the effect of stretching the function out horizontally (or scrunching it in, depending on its size relative to 1).
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    Re: Fourier Transform Help

    Okay, thanks for helping! I really appreciate the time and effort it took for you to help me
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    You're very welcome. Have a good one!
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