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u(t) is a unit step function. I have to find Y(s)/X(s). Do I have to do convolution in frequency domain?

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u(t) is a unit step function. I have to find Y(s)/X(s). Do I have to do convolution in frequency domain?

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Do you mean e

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Found an article where they're saying Y(s) should be Y(s) = e^{-as} . Laplace{x(t + a)}

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