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.
Last edited by thedoge; April 15th 2008 at 06:49 PM.
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Originally Posted by thedoge Find the inverse Laplace Transform f(t) the inverse transform with unit step is given by the formula lets expand to get The inverse transform of so we get
Thanks again empty! You're saving me here, and I'm learning to boot=] [edit] That was much easier than I thought it'd be.
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).
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