L^−1 {1 − e^−s/s(1 − e^−2s)} = ?
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by essedra L^−1 {1 − e^−s/s(1 − e^−2s)} = ? Do you mean: ? If so please more brackets in future to make your meaning clear. CB
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack Do you mean: ? If so please more brackets in future to make your meaning clear. CB Yes, this was the expression that I've tried to write... How can I solve this..?
Originally Posted by essedra Yes, this was the expression that I've tried to write... How can I solve this..? Originally Posted by CaptainBlack Do you mean: ? If so please more brackets in future to make your meaning clear. CB With CB's simplification re-write as The inverse Laplace transform of each gives a series of step functions and together a square wave.
Originally Posted by Danny With CB's simplification re-write as The inverse Laplace transform of each gives a series of step functions and together a square wave. Can you show me the Laplace inverse of -e^-s/s
Last edited by mr fantastic; January 15th 2010 at 02:47 PM. Reason: Fixed post
Originally Posted by mabel lizzy Can you show me the Laplace inverse of -e^-s/s You're expected to know that for and zero otherwise, where .
View Tag Cloud