Given a discontinuous linear graph with a range of (0,1), how would go about finding the Laplace transform?
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Originally Posted by zepto- Given a discontinuous linear graph with a range of (0,1), how would go about finding the Laplace transform? How discontinous? if it is a finite set then just break up the integral to get
I think my probelm might be writing the Heaviside / Unit step functions in U(t) format.
Originally Posted by zepto- I think my probelm might be writing the Heaviside functions in U(t) format. Okay well Here is an example I guess The Lapalce transform is Now using the definition of f gives Now just evaluate each of these integrals to get
Originally Posted by zepto- Given a discontinuous linear graph with a range of (0,1), how would go about finding the Laplace transform? Can you post it? CB
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