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Fourier transform

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Homework Statement


Hi y'all, ran into some trouble with a fourier transform

Im supposed to find the fourier transform of

f(x)=[itex]\frac{1}{x^{2}+6x+13}[/itex]


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Not that I know

The Attempt at a Solution



I tried integrating this with no luck.

All help is as usual very much appreciated!
 

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What are your thoughts on how to do the integration?
 
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What are your thoughts on how to do the integration?
Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean. Do you mean how I technically evaluate it?
 
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What I'm getting at is the rules of the forum say you need to show a serious attempt at doing the problem yourself. Simply saying "I tried but couldn't figure it out" doesn't cut it.
 
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What I'm getting at is the rules of the forum say you need to show a serious attempt at doing the problem yourself. Simply saying "I tried but couldn't figure it out" doesn't cut it.
Well then, not much else to then lock thread I guess. Will call a friend instead. Thank you for reading though.
 

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