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    inverse fourier transform of:
    1/(1+w^4)
    furier.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by ebigood View Post
    inverse fourier transform of:
    1/(1+w^4)
    furier.jpg
    We don't do people's homework for them, sorry.


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    this is not homework. it is my problem.
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    I ask the any question you say it is homework!!!
    then this forum for what build? for answer? for guidance? ...
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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=inverse+fourier+transform+of+1%2F%281%2Bw^4%29
    ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebigood View Post
    I ask the any question you say it is homework!!!
    then this forum for what build? for answer? for guidance? ...
    This isn't the "we give you answers to your homework" site. But if you want to understand, say, how a Fourier transform works, and how its inverse works, this is the right place.

    There are many places on the web where you can just get an answer. There are lots of webpages that give you extensive tables of IFT-FT pairs, for example. If that's all you need, go get 'em!

    If you want to know the why and how, post back with specific questions, showing what you've tried so far, and where you've gotten stuck.

    In summary, consider this site as an educational resource. There's little to no educational value to answering your original question, presented context-free as it was (just as a student desperately looking for homework answers would).
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    For the record though, if all you want is an answer without the learning part, wolfram as Strange linked you can probably answer any computation question that you ask it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheObserver View Post
    For the record though, if all you want is an answer without the learning part, wolfram as Strange linked you can probably answer any computation question that you ask it.
    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=inverse+fourier+transform+of+1%2F(1%2Bw^4)
    thanks
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