How do you use the laplace transform to sovle this equation?

intergral from 0 to t f(r)f(t-r)dr=6t^3

How do u do this question. Some steps would be great. Thanks

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    intg[f(r).f(t-r)].dr from 0 ---> t is the convolution f * f by definition...

    so take the laplace transform of both sides gives you;

    F(s) . F(s) = 36/s^2

    so F(s) = +/- 6/s^2

    then take the inverse laplace of both sides to get;

    f(t)=+/-6t

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