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My teacher gave us a problem as an open question:

To calculate an integral involving Bessel Functions.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I've tried to convert this integral to one in which the Bessel function is in the numerator but failed. Does anyone know how to manipulate this sort of integrals in which the Bessel function is in the denominator?

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# Homework Help: An integral of Bessel functions

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