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## Find Fourier cosine transform [closed]

Find Fourier cosine transform of exp(-a²x²) and hense evaluate Fourier sine transform of x.exp(-a²x²).

i can solve this ques. only if there is x instead of x² in the exponential function exp(-a²x²). bcoz in this situation i can use integral formula :- ⌠exp(-ax)cos(sx)dx = exp(-ax)/a²+x²[bsin(sx)-acos(sx)] but what should i do if there is x² in exponential function exp.??

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Read the FAQ: mathoverflow.net/faq – Stopple Dec 15 2010 at 20:49