Use 2.16(b) from here: Table of Laplace Transforms
Note that .
(Or just do it from first principles by calculatiing the integral).
I need to find the laplace transform of this.
As given, I cannot just use the table of given identities. I think i need to use some trig function to seperate the cosine, but I cannot seem to find anything that seems to help....
Is there anyway to seperate this into something a little easier?
Thanks!
Use 2.16(b) from here: Table of Laplace Transforms
Note that .
(Or just do it from first principles by calculatiing the integral).