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Unformatted text preview: R. Balan Homework #5 Solutions MATH 464 I . 1. F (0) = 1 2. F (0) = 2 i 3. F (1) + F ( 1) = 0 4. Z  sF ( s ) ds = 0 5. F ( s ) = F ( s ) , that means F ( s ) is real valued II . 6. We look for a function f : R C that satisfies the given equation. Since we have the freedom to impose any condition we want, we make a choice f ( x ) = f ( x ) (that is, we look for an even function). Then its Fourier transform is: F ( s ) = Z  e 2 isx f ( x ) dx = Z ( e 2 isx f ( x ) + e 2 isx f ( x )) dx = Z ( e 2 isx + e 2 isx f ( x )) dx = 2 Z cos (2 xs ) f ( x ) dx Note also: F ( s ) = F ( s ) We want to have F ( s ) = 2 e s for s > 0. Then, because of the symmetry F ( s ) = F ( s ), we obtain F ( s ) = 2 e s  . The function f is now obtained through the synthesis equation (the inverse Fourier transform): f ( x ) = Z  e 2 isx F ( s ) ds = 2 Z  e 2 isx e s  ds = 4 1 + 4 2 x 2 Note that indeed f ( x ) = f ( x ) as we assumed.) as we assumed....
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2010 for the course MATH 464 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.
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