What is the laplace transform of ? I got this from an old reviewer and its a multiple choice question. The selections are a. (arc tan s) / s b. (arc sin s) / s c. (arc cos s) / s d. (arc cot s) / s sorry for the typo
Last edited by bibbonacci; December 22nd 2010 at 08:31 PM. Reason: typo
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Originally Posted by bibbonacci What is the laplace transform of ? Is this is typo?
Drexel, thanks for noticing
Well, what do you get when you write out the definition of the LT as applied to your function?
Originally Posted by bibbonacci What is the laplace transform of ? I got this from an old reviewer and its a multiple choice question. The selections are a. (arc tan s) / s b. (arc sin s) / s c. (arc cos s) / s d. (arc cot s) / s sorry for the typo Starting from the L-transform of the sine function... (1) ...You first apply the 'division by t' rule... (2) ... and then the 'transform of integrals' rule... (3) Merry Christmas from Italy
I was going to go from the definition and use by parts or something like that.
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