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    Help with fourier transforms

    If someone would help me understand fourier transforms i would very much appreciate it.

    If we say that we have a u(x,t) where

    u(0,t)=f(x)

    where f(x) is some known function and the deriv w.r.t. time is zero:

    (d/dt)u(0,t)=0

    and we take the fourier transform in x, then how do we get a solution for u_hat in the transformed space?
    Last edited by Almondtofu; April 19th 2010 at 06:40 PM.
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