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    laplace commands in latex

    i wanted to know what the command is for laplace inverse? how do i make the symbol? thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by slapmaxwell1 View Post
    i wanted to know what the command is for laplace inverse? how do i make the symbol? thanks
    We usually use \mathcal{L} (rendered ) to denote the Laplace Transform. Similarly, \mathcal{L}^{-1} (rendered ) is used to denote the Inverse Laplace transform.

    So for example,



    and



    I hope this helps!

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    \mathcal{L} gives the squiggly L.

    So \mathcal{L}^{-1} gives the "inverse" squiggly L.
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