Given that has the Laplace transform of , what is the Laplace transform of H(s): I know that has to satisfy the Derivatives proptery theorem: , but im not really sure what to do. As always step by step instructions would be amazing
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Originally Posted by snaes Given that has the Laplace transform of , what is the Laplace transform of H(s): I know that has to satisfy the Derivatives proptery theorem: , but im not really sure what to do. As always step by step instructions would be amazing Note that from the definition it easily follows that where .
Would these be correct? 1) 2) Should be the same only only I use 3) Now I use I think this is right but im not sure... NVM I GOT IT FIGURED OUT
Last edited by snaes; April 26th 2010 at 12:49 PM.
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