# Math Help - Laplace of multiplied functions

1. ## Laplace of multiplied functions

Hi,

Suppose we have two functions of time f(t) and g(t). Is there any way to find Laplace of f(t).g(t)?

I know the Laplace inverse of F(s).G(s) can be found by convolution equation but I could not found the other way?

Please let me know how I can apply Laplace transform on multiplication of functions.

2. Originally Posted by Ehsan
Hi,

Suppose we have two functions of time f(t) and g(t). Is there any way to find Laplace of f(t).g(t)?

I know the Laplace inverse of F(s).G(s) can be found by convolution equation but I could not found the other way?

Please let me know how I can apply Laplace transform on multiplication of functions.
You will find the necessary theorem using Google.