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## Homework Statement

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.

## Homework Equations

I honestly don't know. I know it's an improper integral with bounds -∞ and ∞, that is

∫x(t)e

^{-j2∏t}dt

## The Attempt at a Solution

I get something VERY LONG which does not seem right.

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