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laplace tranform of r(t-1)?

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    What is r?

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    r is ramp function

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    does this help you? \[L[f(t-a)u(t-a)]=e^{-as}F(s)\]

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    but if we use the basic formula( integral t . e^(-st) dt) where limits are from 1 to infinity i get different results

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    |dw:1354951666847:dw|

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