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    Help me solve this problem under fourier transform.

    Find te-at H(t) <meaning> (te raise to the power negative at (-at) H of t (H(t))



    Find teat H(-t) <meaning> (te raise to the power positive at (at) H of t (H(t))


    Find tne-at H(t), R(a)>0, n=1,2 <meaning> (t raise to the power n e raise to the power negative at (-at) H of t (H(t))
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    I'm still not sure I'm following you here, can you clarify-- is H(t) the heaviside function?
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