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  • 5 years ago

what is difference between laplace and fourier transform?

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  1. anonymous
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    I'm not sure but I think Fourier has to be with complex numbers.

  2. anonymous
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    one relates to forier - vibration laplace - movements

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    if your dealing with physics

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    fourier i think since it is used with vibrations is dealing with frequency sine cosine integration

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    laplace dealing with movement time /rate of movement integration / differentiation of the objects where abouts in timespace

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    i am interested in mathematical differrence

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    i just told you the difference of physics and mathematical difference

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    your answer is hard to understand and it is not good mathematically described

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    fourier sine cosine graphing

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    frequency

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    laplace deals with d =r /t that kind of stuff

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    good?

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    no

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    well i have to go now sorries :(

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