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What is this really saying? I can see that a functino is the inverse fourier transform of the fourier transform... and it doesn't matter which way round you integrate. Is that all it's saying. What's the difference between f(t) and f(t')

Thanks

Thomas

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# Homework Help: Integral representation of the delta function

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