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|dw:1401497886718:dw|

Do we use this piecewise function to determine e(t) |dw:1401498254051:dw|

But that is what i did, not sure how to proceed after defining E(t) as the piecewise function

we have to change that 2pi-t because we can't take the LT

so would it be 100-u(t-2pi)

Can we solve this using the definition of the Laplace transform? What you showed me fist?

yeah we can do that later.

I think I got a different result.

I based my result off these notes:
http://calculus7.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/rlc.rtf

After I found Q
Then I used Q'=i
to use my condition i(0)=0

i also did it without laplace

which you can

^^ yup that method works too. I assumed this was a LT question based on previous questions.

okay thanks @SithsAndGiggles that makes a lot of sense.

Yea there looks like a ton of laplace going on in those notes I posted

okay thank you. Please show me how to extract the unit step function from the info given

Sure, take your time.

So what piecewise function do we use to obtain the unit step function? @SithsAndGiggles

Do we use |dw:1401581129762:dw| or |dw:1401581158916:dw|

Okay thanks.

How does my work look @SithsAndGiggles ?

*That last \(F(s)\) should be \(f(t)\).