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 Mar14 awarded Popular Question Jan22 awarded Popular Question Jan20 comment Is the inverse Fourier transform a “linear transform”? Ofcourse, by the same logic as you used for the forward transform. Jan10 comment Question on Moment of inertia about center of mass of a smooth plane curve. @Winther : I agree with you. Can you write a few more lines to make the argument a bit more precise, I believe it and understand it but need a few more math steps to make it less hand waving. This is my request. you can possibly add it as an answer, for me to accept it. Dec25 comment Jump discontinuity of a function and its analytic phase @robjohn : I doubt if $f_h$ blows up with opposite sign on both sides of jump, my guess is blows up with same sign on both sides. So my question is whether $arg(f_A)$ even jumps? Dec25 comment Jump discontinuity of a function and its analytic phase @robjohn : On these lines : math.stackexchange.com/a/66095/2987 Dec25 comment Jump discontinuity of a function and its analytic phase @robjohn : yes, it is same as argument of a complex number. Dec25 comment Jump discontinuity of a function and its analytic phase reason for down vote? Dec25 asked Jump discontinuity of a function and its analytic phase Dec9 awarded Caucus Dec7 awarded Excavator Dec7 revised Fourier transform in $L^p$ Type setting in Heading Dec7 suggested approved edit on Fourier transform in $L^p$ Nov17 comment Limit of an integral that arose in Fourier Analysis Thank you very much for the answer. I have a small request, just I realized that The denominator in integral is $x$ instead of $x^2$. Please hint me of an answer in this case. Nov17 revised Limit of an integral that arose in Fourier Analysis added 8 characters in body Nov17 asked Limit of an integral that arose in Fourier Analysis Nov1 awarded Yearling Oct17 awarded Notable Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Sep20 comment Total variation as surface area smooth functions of two variables. Thanks @UmbertoP