Help! This is the last problem on my math homework and we are starting a section on Fourier transforms which I understand, but we never learned Laplace transforms. My book doesn't give any examples of how do a problem similar to this one and I can't find any close solved examples on the internet. I only have to do three of these so I'm posting the one I could learn the most from:
about the only think I found on the internet is that the final value theorem is lim y(t)=lim Sy(s) which at this point doesn't help because I don' know how to do the rest of the problem.
Any steps to this problem are greatly appreciated,
Or, in our case:
Multiply this by s to get sY(s):
As s tends towards zero, the first and third terms of this equation disappear, because there is s and s^2 on the numerator. However, the 2nd term does not disappear! The s^2 and 4s in the denominator disappear leaving only 3 in the denominator, and the 2 in the numerator remains.