# Laplace transform and HP50g

## Homework Statement

Hi, I am writing a little program (I need it for my course from Theory of Reliability) and as I am neither experienced mathematician nor programmer I faced with this problem.

What would this formula

Look like if I would sole it for 'z' not for 'Fz' ?

## Homework Equations

Right now equation in my HP50g (I managed to do that) for solving for Fz looks like:
\<<
"Enter z" "" INPUT STR\->
\-> z

'Fz=1./\v/(2.*\pi)*\.S(0.,z,EXP(-(1./2.)*z^2.),z)'

"F(z)"
\->TAG
\>>

Thank you in advance,

Regards,

## Answers and Replies

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That does not seem like a Laplace transform to me.

Anyway, to solve for $-\frac{1}{2}z^{2}$, you could multiply both sides by $\sqrt{2 \pi}$, apply the fundamental theorem of calculus, and then apply the natural logarithm to both sides.

Ray Vickson