Taking foureir integral in polar coordinate

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hi;

I have a question about taking the foureir trasnform in polar coordinate... the quesiton is as following;
https://www.physicsforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=17892&stc=1&d=1236524155

I would like to learn that according to outermost integral ([tex]\rho[/tex]), the integral is taken. But here I would like to now how it is happened step by step... because in the second equation we have 2/[tex]\lambda[/tex] and exp(-j4pi 1/[tex]\lambda[/tex]) and G([tex]\theta[/tex])... How were they put in the equation???...

if you can explain it, I will be really glad...

thanks for your helps already...

be welll...
 

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