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sugarplum31

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## Homework Statement

We are given the following LaPlace Transformations and we are to find g(t) and h(t).

L(g)(t) = 1/[(1-e^(-2s))(s-1)]

L(h)(t) = (e^-s)/s(1-e^-s)

## Homework Equations

By looking at the Table of LaPlace Transformations, the only one I found that could possibly work for both of these is

f(t+T) = f(t) ---> (integral from 0 to T of e^(-st)f(t) dt)/ 1-e^(-sT)

## The Attempt at a Solution

For the first one, I broke it into two separate equations, 1/(1-e^-2s) * 1/(s-1) and for the second part it would be e^t. However, I am very confused on the equation I found in the Table and I'm not sure how to use it on either of these.