Laplace Transform question


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Nov23-12, 01:40 AM
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this one stumped me..

d^2y/dt^2 +ωy=ksin((√ω)t)

y(∏/4)=0, y'(∏/4)=0

the left hand side is easy and i understand that i need to convert T=t-∏/4, therefore replace t with T+∏/4..but the (√ω) throws me off ..tried trig identities but just gets more complicated

→ (s^2 + ω)U(s)= LT {ksin((√ω)(T+∏/4)} is as far as i can get (i know what to do with the left hand side once i get the LT of the right hand side but i dont know what to do with the sin value)
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Nov23-12, 02:52 PM
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