1. ## Laplace Transform

I'm having trouble with the Laplace transform of this function: $u_\pi(t)(t-\pi)-u_{2\pi}(t)(t-\pi)$

For the first term I have $\frac{e^{-\pi s}}{s^2}$, but I can't do the second term.

2. Originally Posted by petition Edgecombe
I'm having trouble with the Laplace transform of this function: $u_\pi(t)(t-\pi)-u_{2\pi}(t)(t-\pi)$

For the first term I have $\frac{e^{-\pi s}}{s^2}$, but I can't do the second term.
$u_{2\pi}(t)(t-\pi)=u_{2\pi}(t)[(t-2\pi)+\pi]$

CB

3. So $u_{2\pi}(t)(t-2\pi)+\pi$ is also $u_{2\pi}(t)[(t-2\pi)+\pi]$ ?

4. Originally Posted by petition Edgecombe
So $u_{2\pi}(t)(t-2\pi)+\pi$ is also $u_{2\pi}(t)[(t-2\pi)+\pi]$ ?
Sorry that is what I meant, missed the brackets.

CB