## anonymous 5 years ago I need to do a laplace transform of sin((pi)t)... any suggestions?

1. anonymous

$L[sint (at)]= \frac{a}{s^2+a^2}$ In your case a=pi $[L[sint (\pi t)]= \frac{\pi}{s^2+\pi^2}$

2. anonymous

ah, thanks. i just found that in the book as well. easier than it looked!

3. anonymous

no problem