Find the inverse Laplace Transform f(t)

The top half looks like the inverse staircase transform, [[a/t]], but that doesnt explain the denominator looking like the bottom of a sin transform ... not sure how to tackle this.

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- April 15th 2008, 06:32 PMthedogeInverse Laplace Transform
Find the inverse Laplace Transform f(t)

The top half looks like the inverse staircase transform, [[a/t]], but that doesnt explain the denominator looking like the bottom of a sin transform ... not sure how to tackle this. - April 15th 2008, 06:48 PMTheEmptySet
- April 15th 2008, 06:50 PMthedoge
Thanks again empty! You're saving me here, and I'm learning to boot=]

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That was much easier than I thought it'd be. - April 21st 2008, 11:56 PMDanshader
shouldn't the answer be:

cos(pi.t) + H(t-2)[cos(pi.(t-2))]

since a = 2 and we need to find f(t-2) instead of f(t- pi).