## psk981 2 years ago L{f(t)}. f(t)= cos^2(t)

1. sthop456

Don't know if this is right, but if you are looking for the limit of cos^2(x), cos(x) oscillates between -1 and 1, so squaring it would still oscillate it between 0 and 1, so the limit would not exist, DNE (does not exist). Not sure, though.

2. UnkleRhaukus

$\cos^2(\theta)=\frac12\left(\cos(2\theta)-1\right)$

3. UnkleRhaukus

$\mathcal L\Big\{ \cos^2\theta\Big\}=\frac12\left(\mathcal L\Big\{ \cos2\theta\Big\}-\mathcal L\Big\{1\Big\}\right)$

4. UnkleRhaukus

tell me what you get @psk981