anonymous
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\[\int\limits_{-1/2}^{1/2} \cos(2\pi t) e^{-jwt} dt \] I just got this on test, but unfortunately i could not solve it, i used the integration by parts twice but i did not get the solution. help guys ?
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\[\int\limits_{-1/2}^{1/2} \cos(2\pi t) e^{-jwt} dt \] I just got this on test, but unfortunately i could not solve it, i used the integration by parts twice but i did not get the solution. help guys ?
Mathematics
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Mr.Math
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Call the given integral \(I\), then after integrating twice by parts you will get two equations in two variables one of which is \(I\). Solve for it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, I did not think about this I think you are right, i will try to solve it again.
Mr.Math
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Good luck.

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thanks bro, i appreciate it.

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