Hi. I am stuck on this question and not quite sure how to start it off. Use convolution to find the Laplace transforms of a. and b. . Maybe I don't understand the whole concept of convolution. Any help would be great. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by lpd Hi. I am stuck on this question and not quite sure how to start it off. Use convolution to find the Laplace transforms of a. and b. . Maybe I don't understand the whole concept of convolution. Any help would be great. Thanks! You should know that . a. By definition, . b. is left for you to think about.
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