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By: Fourier Transform of the “almost Gaussian” function with a residue integral | College Math Teaching
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Mon, 25 Aug 2014 22:00:29 +0000http://collegemathteaching.wordpress.com/?p=1041#comment-1766[…] Method 2: The method in the video This uses “differentiation under the integral sign”, which we talk about here. […]
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By: Finding a Particular solution: the Convolution Method « College Math Teaching
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Thu, 03 Nov 2011 16:09:06 +0000http://collegemathteaching.wordpress.com/?p=1041#comment-159[…] does this work? This is where “differentiation under the integral sign” comes into play. So we write . Then […]
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By: Zero energy « blueollie
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Tue, 01 Nov 2011 10:24:58 +0000http://collegemathteaching.wordpress.com/?p=1041#comment-158[…] I’ve been doing: I posted this article; I’ve decided to write up “stuff I always wished I had learned the first time” as a student. This topic, called “differentiation under the integral sign”, is one of those that we […]
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