My Math Forum  

Go Back   My Math Forum > College Math Forum > Applied Math

Applied Math Applied Math Forum

LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes
March 9th, 2009, 12:31 AM   #1
Joined: Mar 2009

Posts: 1
Thanks: 0

taking fourrier integral in polar coordinate


I have a question about taking the foureir trasnform in polar coordinate... the quesiton is as following;

I would like to learn that according to outermost integral (LaTeX Code: \\rho ), the integral is taken. But here I would like to now how it is happened step by step... because in the second equation we have 2/LaTeX Code: \\lambda and exp(-j4pi 1/LaTeX Code: \\lambda ) and G(LaTeX Code: \\theta )... How were they put in the equation???...

if you can explain it, I will be really glad...

thanks for your helps already...

be welll...
h_cet is offline  

  My Math Forum > College Math Forum > Applied Math

coordinate, fourrier, integral, polar, taking

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Which is orientation of tangential angle in polar coordinate Jhenrique Calculus 1 February 27th, 2014 07:20 AM
Polar to Cartesian Coordinate Conversion Help swm06 Algebra 2 April 13th, 2012 09:34 AM
polar coordinate Curve aaron-math Calculus 2 December 14th, 2011 08:09 AM
Need help setting this integral using cylindrical coordinate asdf122345 Calculus 7 June 15th, 2010 05:40 PM
problem in finding polar angle in spherical coordinate syste pcgeek Algebra 0 December 30th, 2009 02:29 PM

Copyright © 2018 My Math Forum. All rights reserved.