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Homework Help: Fourier Transform Quesstion

  1. Oct 10, 2007 #1
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    Can someone please help me with this problem. I am wondering how I would be able to calculate the integral of (sinx)^n/x^n using the Fourier Transform? I am given these formulas for the Fourier Transform of spaces of square integrable functions. SO I know that the integral of the product of 2 square integrable functions is equal to the integral of the product of 1 of the functions evaluated at positive xi, and the other function evaluated at negative xi. But besides that, how should I even approach this probleme? Thanks very much!!

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