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    Question [SOLVED] Laplace transform for error function !

    Hello everybody

    I really need to know :

    " Laplace transform for error function"
    for the variable (t) & (t^0.5)

    I have the final answer for the both functions,
    but I need the "FULL SULIOTION" wich guide to the final answer ;
    I am waiting for a helpful person as soon as possbile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abo ayman View Post
    Hello everybody

    I really need to know :

    " Laplace transform for error function"
    for the variable (t) & (t^0.5)

    I have the final answer for the both functions,
    but I need the "FULL SULIOTION" wich guide to the final answer ;
    I am waiting for a helpful person as soon as possbile.
    Find the LT of the Gaussian density: e^{-t^2} (add constants where you wish.

    Then use the result that:

    <br />
\mathcal{L} \left[ \int_0^t f(u) du \right] = \frac{F(s)}{s}<br />

    where F(s) = \mathcal{L}f

    RonL
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