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I'am looking for de correct transformation formule:[tex]\mathcal{L}[f(t).g'(t)][/tex]

(and proof).

I'amnotlooking for method to solve it by means of integrating [tex]g'(t)[/tex], offcourse this a possible way. But assume that g(t) is much work to calculate.

So is there a good one to one formule for it?

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# Laplace transform formule

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