I sort of understand how to obtain the Fourier transform of a regular step function (0 when t<0, and A when t>=0), but how do you obtain the fourier transform if the function has been shifted right on the t-axis by T? I've been stuck on this for a while. What I have as an equation is the following: from -∞ to ∞. I then turn this into from T to ∞ I don't know how to proceed from here. Thank you.