You're output from Mathematica didn't display. Can you re-post it. In any event, I think there's an easier way for this: the Fourier transform of is . Hence the inverse of is .
Hi there. I have some trouble with this. I have to find the inverse fourier transform for:
So I'm using a table. I have that:
and
Then and
Finally using the properties for convolutions:
where (*) represents the convolution.
Well, everything fine till there, but when I tried to corroborate my result with mathematica I get:
I don't know whats wrong.