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    proof for Laplace transform

    Any ideas on how to prove that
    L^(-1)(ln(s+5)/(s-2)) = [e^(2t) - e^(-5t)]/t ???

    Thanks for any help...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollysti View Post
    Any ideas on how to prove that
    L^(-1)(ln(s+5)/(s-2)) = [e^(2t) - e^(-5t)]/t ???

    Thanks for any help...
    Instead show that,

    L{ e^(2t)/t - e^(-5t)/t } = ln(s+5)/(s-2)
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