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Please, check out these equations...

Tell me, please, are they mathematically correct or not?

I need a simple YES/NO answer.

I have not sufficient knowledge to understand them. I just need to know whether they are correct....

Thank you!!!

P.S.Amis amplitude; I guess it is a form of Fourier's inverse transform applied in electromagnetism...

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# B Inverse Fourier transform?

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