Find the Laplace transformation: I think a convolution is necessary, Please Help!
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Originally Posted by Bananna Find the Laplace transformation: I think a convolution is necessary, Please Help! Nice question By sifting property, Now do you know the Laplace Transform of a shifted impulse?
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NO! , it is a constant... -------------------------------------------------------------------- Originally Posted by Bananna and But I dont know how they go together Please help If c is a constant and Then what is
duh....I have been staring at these problems. L(1)=1/s so the L(-1) must be -1/s
Originally Posted by Bananna duh....I have been staring at these problems. L(1)=1/s so the L(-1) must be -1/s Right.. so what is
Originally Posted by Isomorphism NO! , it is a constant... -------------------------------------------------------------------- If c is a constant and Then what is is that it?
Originally Posted by Isomorphism Right.. so what is ...???
Originally Posted by Bananna Find the Laplace transformation: I think a convolution is necessary, Please Help! Are you trying to get the Laplace transform of the product? If so, just use the definition: and use the sifting property of the Dirac delta function.
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