Laplace transformation of a function?

(t^3)/24 -3t + 2

I need some steps that show me how to solve this type of question. Thanks

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  • kb
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Note that

    L{t^n} = n! / s^(n+1).

    So,

    L{(t^3)/24 -3t + 2}

    = (1/24) L{t^3} - 3 L{t} + 2 L{1}

    = (1/24) (3!/t^4) - 3(1/s^2) + 2 (1/s)

    = t^4/4 - 3/s^2 + 2/s.

    I hope this helps!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Y(s) = Integral of {e^(-st) * [t^3/24 - 3t + 2] dt

    Treat "s" as a constant. Integrate from 0 to infinity. If you need help to integrate the Laplace transform, consider using integration by parts.

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