how you get the laplace of 1/tsin(wt) pls show me the solution
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Originally Posted by jomex42 how you get the laplace of 1/tsin(wt) pls show me the solution I will leave the details of why to you. Given Now integrate both sides with respect to w to solve for the Laplace transform you want
could you show me the solution of laplace of 1/tsinwt using the formula intergral of limits 0 to infinity e^st(ft)dt then you will get the arctanw/s plss the exact solution my teacher want it
can you solve this and you will get the result of arctan(α/s)
Originally Posted by jomex42 can you solve this and you will get the result of arctan(α/s) Another method is to note that the integral converges uniformly so limits and integrals can be interchanged. Note that This gives that Now integrate or use the definition of the Laplace transform to get
What do you called that big letter e in your equation what method did you use? Because im not familiar in that equation i have not encounter that kind of function could you explain it
what method did you use so i can explain it to my teacher how it been solved
how the t in your first function gone in the next function and the summation get out of the integral sign What did you do in the first function to comeup with the second function
Last edited by jomex42; March 10th 2013 at 06:08 PM.
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