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    Solving integral equations using Laplace transform

    Hi All;
    I need the solution of the following question:
    solve by Laplace transform g(s)=f(s)+\int_0^s\!(s^2-t^2)g(t)\, dt .
    where g is unknown and f is known.

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    please explain.

    which one do you need, and is it in "time" region or is it in "frequency" region ?



    \displaystyle  \mathcal{L} \big{[} \int_0 ^t g(t) dt \big{ ] }= \frac {G(S)}{S}
    Last edited by yeKciM; August 18th 2010 at 06:36 AM.
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