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    How are these equivalent

    After fourier transform i have got the lft hand answer but have no idea how this is equivalent to the right.

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    Try multiplying the left side by \frac{a-i \omega}{a-i \omega}
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumist View Post
    Try multiplying the left side by \frac{a-i \omega}{a-i \omega}
    You absolute hero
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