integral (from -00 to 00) e^(-ix^2)*e^(-ixb)dx = ? where b > 0

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- Jan 23rd 2013, 05:03 AMstrammerintegration (fourier transform)
integral (from -00 to 00) e^(-ix^2)*e^(-ixb)dx = ? where b > 0

- Jan 23rd 2013, 11:28 PMchiroRe: integration (fourier transform)
Hey strammer.

An integral with limits [0,0] will always be 0. Did you mean some other limits? - Jan 24th 2013, 01:36 AMstrammerRe: integration (fourier transform)
I meant negative infinity to infinity.