I know the inverse laplace of F(s) would be delta (unit impulse) however what is the inverse transform of the value 10F(s)?

Thank you in advance

Matthew

Printable View

- January 12th 2013, 08:26 PMUrbanMInverse Laplace Transform
I know the inverse laplace of F(s) would be delta (unit impulse) however what is the inverse transform of the value 10F(s)?

Thank you in advance

Matthew - January 12th 2013, 08:44 PMUrbanMRe: Inverse Laplace Transform
Attachment 26549

Here is my answer to B from the three questions I have just want to make sure I'm going in the correct direction.. thanks - January 13th 2013, 11:42 AMkalyanramRe: Inverse Laplace Transform
Hello Matthew,

If then by Superposition use this to find the inverse Laplace of

The differential equation is correct except that on RHS it has to be not as independent variable is

Kalyan.