Unformatted text preview: formula. ♦ Expect to prove/derive one of the identities (I ll probably give you one of the near’ equivalence or translation or scaling or differentiation identities). 460ers will be able to assume the function being transformed is in . 561ers won t be so lucky. T ’ ♦ Much of the test will concern computing transforms and inverse transforms using the tables given. Expect pages and pages of these sorts of computations. Your work will have to be based on those tables. For example, the modulation identities are not on the tables, so know other ways for computing the transforms for which you may normally use the modulation identies. And don t expect much credit for just writing down the ’ answer without giving any indication of how you got it! Question: Which identities from the table are you most likely to use? Answer: All of them. You may even have one transform to compute requiring the use of more than one identity (as in problem 21.13)....
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 Fourier Series, Gaussian function

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