Hi I am trying to analytically calculate the Fourier transform attached.
I am getting really stuck with the integral, can anyone help?
I've attached how far I've got with it, any help much appreciated!
you're nearly there. Combine the exponentials as best you can and then try to get the exponents into the form -a(t+x)^2+b, where b is independent of t
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