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

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- Jan 12th 2013, 07:26 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 - Jan 12th 2013, 07:44 PMUrbanMRe: Inverse Laplace Transform
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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 - Jan 13th 2013, 10:42 AMkalyanramRe: Inverse Laplace Transform
Hello Matthew,

If $\displaystyle f_1(t) \leftrightarrow F_1(s), f_2(t) \leftrightarrow F_2(s) $ then $\displaystyle a f_1(t) + b f_2(t) \leftrightarrow a F_1(s) + b F_2(s)$ by Superposition use this to find the inverse Laplace of $\displaystyle 10 F(s)$

The differential equation is correct except that on RHS it has to be $\displaystyle \delta(t)$ not $\displaystyle \delta(x)$ as independent variable is $\displaystyle t$

Kalyan.