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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    Yes. Thank you for your help!
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    would it be useful to change my exponential into the form cos(theta)+isin(theta)?
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    Yes that's what I have, I then compute the integral?
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    Oh I'm sorry that was my answer for momentum space. In position space I haven't found an answer yet.
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    It gives me 1/√(2ϒ)
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    I've normalized the wave function in momentum space and I've started taking the Fourier transform of the normalized function over the same bounds given above. It does not look like I'm going in the right direction.
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    It is equal to another constant, C, between those bounds
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    p is found from -ϒ+p_0 to ϒ+p_0 where ϒ and p_0 are positive constants.
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    Bounds of a Fourier Transform

    If I have a wave function given to me in momentum space, bounded by constants, and I have to find the wave function in position space, when taking the Fourier transform, what will be my bounds in position space?
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