I learned how to integrate it using the complex plane and semi circle contours but I was wondering if there is a way using fourier transforms. I know that the fourier transform of the rectangle wave form is the sinc function so I was thinking maybe i could do an inverse fourier on sinc x and get back the rectangle function and integrate that? Or something along those lines.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Integrate sinx/x using fourier transform?

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