i'm at a loss about how to do this type of integration. can some one show me how to evaluate the integral of (d^3)k exp[ik*(x1-x2)]/[(k^2+m^2)(2pi)^3], where "*" is the dot product between the 3 vector k and (x1-x2), which are both 3 vectors. this come from the energy equation used to get the inverse square law (1/r^2).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Homework Help: Integrating with volume element (d^3)x

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