Hi..new here. I'm having trouble finishing off a very basic laplace transform problem. I'd greatly appreciate it if someone could show me the way.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The problem is #5 from this picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/67208468@N08/6111476312/

What I did was use the Euler's formula for sin t and I got to this: 1/i * (-s^{2}e^{-pi*s}+i+e^{-pi*s})/s^{2}+1

The answer is (1+e^{-pi*s})/s^{2}+1

I always kinda get confused typing math/equations, so I apologize if what i described wasn't clear. Thanks for any help.

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# Homework Help: A very basic laplace transform problem (picture included)

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