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Hey guys, i've attached the question that's troubling me. I've also attached the table and formulas of Laplace transform for you convenience.

2. Relevant equations

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3. The attempt at a solution

Right now, im thinking the best way to do this problem is by working backwards. I'm using the convolution integral formula.

I've already established that G(s) is 1/(s+4) using inverse Laplace transforms but im not sure if that will get me an answer for f(t) rather F(s).

thats my inverse laplace------->invL

and laplace is ------> L

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# Homework Help: Laplace transform integral problem

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