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    A waveform v(t) has a Fourier transform which extends over the range -F to +F in the frequency domain. The square of the waveform v(t), that is, v(t) v(t), then has a Fourier transforms which extends over the range:
    a) -F to +F
    b) -2F to +2F
    c) -3F to +3F
    d) -4F to +4F

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    The solution involves an explanation of the frequency domain of a waveform with a Fourier transform.