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find the laplace of f(t) = e^(2t) * sin(3pi*t)



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amaes
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integral from 0 to infinity?

amaes
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okay so F(s +2)

amaes
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so F(s) + F(2)

amaes
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how do i find F(s+2)

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okay and whats the L of coskt?

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Wait!!! Is it convolution???

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maybe

amaes
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apply the translation theorem

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L(f*g) = F(s)G(s) :S
^Convolution

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L[f1(t)*f2(t)] = L [f1(t)] L [f2(t)]
so just find L[e^{2t}] and L[sin(3pi*t)]
and multiply them