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Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should close such post.

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Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should close such post.

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Please consider reopening the following question:

Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should close such post.

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Please consider reopening the following question:

Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should deleteclose such post.

Please consider reopening the following question:

Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should delete such post.

Please consider reopening the following question:

Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should close such post.

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Please consider reopening the following question:

Evaluation of definite integrals with exponential integrand in Fourier sine transform

OP reduces the problem of finding Fourier sine transform to something that he/she does not know how to proceed further, which can be clearly justified as an attempt. I don't think we should delete such post.

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