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Unformatted text preview: 1 f .t/ sF.s/ ± f.0/ f.bt/ 1 b F ± .s=b/ ² e at f.t/ F.s ± a/ tf.t/ ± F .s/ f.t ± a/ U .t ± a/ e ± as F.s/ ı.t ± a/ e ± as .f ² g/.t/ F.s/G.s/ In the last formula, .f ² g/.t/ denotes the convolution of f.t/ and g.t/ which is deﬁned by .f ² g/.t/ D Z t f.±/g.t ± ±/d± Calculation of Laplace transforms or inverse transforms typically requires several steps taken from this table. To apply these rules, functions must be found so that the given expression has the form shown in a line of this table....
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2009 for the course 650 421 taught by Professor Bumby during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '08