# Fourier Transform Rect function

#### yoamocuy

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Find the fourier transform of A∏((t-T)/(2*T)).

2. Relevant equations
V(F)=∫v(t)*e-j*2*pi*f*t

3. The attempt at a solution
∫(A*e-j*2*pi*f*t,t,0,2T)
= A*sin(4*f*pi*T)/(2*f*pi*T)+j(A*cos(4*pi*f*T)-A)/(2*pi*f)
=2*A*T*sinc(4*f*T)+j*(A*cos(4*pi*f*T)-A)/(2*pi*f)

The answer's supposed to be = 2*A*T*sinc(2*f*T)*e-j*2*pi*f*T

Is everything I've done so far ok? How do I go about simplifying the cos into an e log?
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

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