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  1. nijhu
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  2. nijhu
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    can anyone help me with this problem?

  3. calculusfunctions
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    Is that a hyperbolic function or is h a constant?

  4. nijhu
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    it is a laplace theorem question and i need to solve it by convolution theorem

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    hyperbolic

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    u there/

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    ?

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    it is a tough one i guess

  9. calculusfunctions
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    For Laplace transforms the convolution of two Laplace transform functions f(s) and g(s) given by F(x) and G(x) respectively, is\[H(x)=\int\limits_{0}^{x}F(u)G(x -u)du\]such that f(s)(g(s) is the Laplace transform function H(x).

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    instead of F(u) if there is u^2 then what will be the answer?

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