1/2pi * integral(-infinity to infinity){(e^(-3ix+2)-5)*e^(-(x^2)/2) dx} I'm stuck a few steps down e^-3 * integral(-infinity to infinity){(e^-2ix-(x^2)/2 dx} Not sure where to take it from here. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
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Originally Posted by soma 1/2pi * integral(-infinity to infinity){(e^(-3ix+2)-5)*e^(-(x^2)/2) dx} I'm stuck a few steps down e^-3 * integral(-infinity to infinity){(e^-2ix-(x^2)/2 dx} Not sure where to take it from here. Any help would be appreciated, thanks! I'm finding this very difficult to read... Is it ?
Yes you are correct. The "i" is throwing me off. Any help would be great, thanks.
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