Not sure how to start this question -.- Find the Laplace transform of the function: f(t)=te^(2t)cos(2t) f(t)= ? Thanks for the help!!
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Hi there, been a while since i've done one of these, the definition is Therefore Also by the shift theorem
Ohhh I see now I can use the the Theorem of Differentiation of transforms after that shift transformation. Ima give it a try now!!
Thanks for the help!! I got the correct answer!! It's (s*(s-4))/((s^2-4s+8)^2)
Do you mean?
Originally Posted by Phyxius117 I got the correct answer!! Nice one!
yes that's the one!!
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