I'm having a little trouble with these laplace transforms, don't know why... they look pretty simple from first glance was wondering if someone could give me some direction solving these.

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- Aug 28th 2006, 05:49 PMaction259laplace transforms are causing me trouble
I'm having a little trouble with these laplace transforms, don't know why... they look pretty simple from first glance was wondering if someone could give me some direction solving these.

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3. - Aug 28th 2006, 05:52 PMThePerfectHackerQuote:

Originally Posted by**action259**

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Now there is no rule for that. But you need to change it.

You can write.

because the product of these is adding exponents.

Remember that,

And,

Since, is a KoNsTaNt.

We have,

- Aug 28th 2006, 06:00 PMThePerfectHackerQuote:

Originally Posted by**action259**

And, is a KoNsTaNt.

Apply the rules,

Thus,

- Aug 28th 2006, 06:21 PMThePerfectHackerQuote:

Originally Posted by**action259**

Use the following identity,

This will eliminate the square and turn it into one of the forms on the table.

(If you want I can prove that identity. The reason why I am saying this is because my Calculus book does not contain this identity on its treatise on hyperbolic functions. Thus, I assumed might be unfamiliar).