I am evaluating a Fourier transform, without tables, and need to evaluate this integral: I have tried two methods: 1) integration by parts, and 2) integration after expressing the sine function as a complex exponentials. I get stuck in both cases. The asterisks are there to assist with clarity of spacing. Thanks for any help you can provide, J
I'd imagine that you'd have to do integration by parts twice. Let I represent the integral that you're trying to calculate. Then you'd probably end up with something like I = f(t) + nI, where f is some function of t and n is a real number. You can then easily solve for I. This is just a quick idea, I haven't got time at the moment to solve this fully.