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comment How to do this integral.
@DanielFischer I edited the question with info about the original integral and result.
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revised How to do this integral.
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May
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comment How to do this integral.
@DanielFischer That I understand. I don't understand though how can a delta function appear from that expression.
May
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comment How to do this integral.
@DanielFischer Sorry for the lack of information. $k$ and $p$ are real, I've seen this integral in physics (in quantum field theory). What they do if shift $k$ into the complex plane by adding $\epsilon i$ to it so it can be done. I need to know how it can be done in that case. So we can consider that $\Im k>0$. Btw the solution I have is something of the form $a+b$, where $b$ has a $\delta$ function.
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asked How to do this integral.
May
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comment Check if $n=m^2$ in $\mathbb F_q$
@Engloutie right, thank you
May
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comment Check if $n=m^2$ in $\mathbb F_q$
Thank you for the answer
May
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accepted Check if $n=m^2$ in $\mathbb F_q$
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asked Check if $n=m^2$ in $\mathbb F_q$
Apr
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reviewed Approve Simple homotopy construction
Apr
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revised how to calculate number of points on an Elliptic curve over prime field? suggest any best method
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comment Complexity of $\gcd$ algorithm
@BrianM.Scott Thank you very much.
Apr
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asked Complexity of $\gcd$ algorithm
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reviewed Approve Interception Solid
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comment Creating random numbers matching mean and standard deviation
For some reason, when reading the question I presumed he was asking for a normal distribution. I don't know why...
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answered Creating random numbers matching mean and standard deviation
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Creating random numbers matching mean and standard deviation
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Show that no non-trivial open set in $\mathbb{R}^n$ has measure zero in $\mathbb{R}^n$
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reviewed Approve Integral of $\frac{\sin x}{1+\sin^2x}$ from 0 to $\pi/2$