1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data f(t) = (sin(2t))/t 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I know that sin(t)/t has the fourier transform pi(w). I'm just not sure how to apply that fact to this problem. Knowing that sin(t)/t --> pi(w), I reasoned that sin(2t)/t --> 2pi(2w). I'm almost certain this is incorrect. I arrived at this conclusion by noticing that if i multiplied the top and bottom of sin(2t)/t by 2, I would have a sinc function 2sinc(2t). Then I could use the property sin(t)/t --> pi(w). Am I anywhere close?