Our professor asked us to derive an expression for the laplace transfrom of t^n. I did a few examples in MatLab and gathered that the Laplace Transform of t^n = n!/s^(n+1). I'm pretty sure this is correct, but I don't think my professor will be happy with it. I don't really know how I should go about proving it in a more sturdy way. I know I can integrate by parts for specific examples, but I'm not versed in integrating by parts with n's.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any Suggestions?

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# Laplace Transform for t^n.

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