P((t-2)/4), P(t)=u(t+(1/2))-(u(t-(1/2))

Find the Laplace Transform

So I have u(t)=1

Would this following problem u(.25t-.5)+.5)-u(.25t-.5)-.5)

This changes to

u(.25t)-u(.25t+1)

I don't understand how to change this to Laplace Form

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- February 5th 2013, 03:34 PMbustacap09Laplace Transform of Step Function
P((t-2)/4), P(t)=u(t+(1/2))-(u(t-(1/2))

Find the Laplace Transform

So I have u(t)=1

Would this following problem u(.25t-.5)+.5)-u(.25t-.5)-.5)

This changes to

u(.25t)-u(.25t+1)

I don't understand how to change this to Laplace Form - February 5th 2013, 04:01 PMchiroRe: Laplace Transform of Step Function
Hey bustacap09.

Hint: Note that the of H(t-a) (which is the Heaviside function) is the e^(-ap)/p = F(p).