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## Homework Statement

Hi,

I'm doing fouier transforms and I'm not sure how to integrate (2-x)cos(nPi/2)x, (1,2). Anyone able to help me out? Even the indefinite integral would be fine.

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## The Attempt at a Solution

I guess u would be (2-x) and dv would be cos(nPi/2)x dx. I'm not sure how to handle (nPi/2) since it is not a constant. Does (nPi/2) stay with x at all times?

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## Homework Equations

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