how would i calculate fourier transform of functions such as 1/(1+t^2)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

because if you try to integrate the product of the above function and e^(-jxt), you would realize it's nonintegrable or something

at least my ti-89 does not calculate it for me.

any other way?

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# Fourier transform on ti-89

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