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CIVL 2003 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II
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Reference book list : Advanced Engineering Mathematics E Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Mathematics C R Wylie Schaums Outline Series : Advanced Calculus : M R Spiegel Complex Variables and Applicatio

COMPLEX NUMBER Real number : Natural number, zero, integer (positive; negative), rational number, irrational number, real number Imaginary number : i =
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Complex number : z = a + b i ; where a and b are real numbers Re(z) = a and Im(z) = b
Two complex num

Chapter 0 Laplace Transform
Laplace Transform For a given function f(t) (t 0), we multiply it by exp(-st) and then integrate, that is F(s) = 0 exp( st ) f ( t )dt We can call such an operation as the Laplace Transform and
F(s) = L (f) = 0 exp( st ) f ( t