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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan View Post
    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.
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