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Find the Laplace Transform of the unknown solution function for the following initial value problem:

y'' + 4y' - 5y = te^t, y(0)=1, y'(0)= 0

(Do Not actually find the function, only its transform. Then, without carrying out the steps, indiacate briefly how you would proceed to find the unknown solution function.)

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