1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the fourier transform of x(t) = e-t sin(t), t >=0. We're barely 3 weeks into my signals course, and my professor has already introduced the fourier transform. I barely understand what it means, but I just want to get through this problem set. 2. Relevant equations I honestly don't know. I know it's an improper integral with bounds -∞ and ∞, that is ∫x(t)e-j2∏tdt 3. The attempt at a solution I get something VERY LONG which does not seem right.