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## Homework Statement

Integrate

_{-π}∫

^{π}H(t-π/2)*sin(2t)dt

## Homework Equations

See above.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I can rationalize the slightly simpler integral for the same limits of H(t)*sin(2t) as coming out to 0 due to the definition of the unit step function, but I'm wondering if the subtraction of π/2 changes it any. It's still integrating over the range of H(t), correct? So should it still work out to be 0?