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    Dear all; I would like to ask q question about fourier transform (or integration).

    I would like the proof why equation 1 and 2 make the third equation - i.e. the fourier of equation 2 is equal to equation 3.

    Thanks a lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by mettula View Post
    Dear all; I would like to ask q question about fourier transform (or integration).

    I would like the proof why equation 1 and 2 make the third equation - i.e. the fourier of equation 2 is equal to equation 3.

    Thanks a lot
    Are you sure you have equation 2 down right? Consider what happens when x goes to -\infty (assuming \alpha>0, or if \alpha<0 as x goes to +\infty).

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    ok Sorry my mistake the limits of integration are from 1 to n . and alpha is a positive number greater than zero thanks
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