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Laplace transform solve integral equation

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1. Homework Statement

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2. Homework Equations



3. The Attempt at a Solution

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The answer is y(t) = [itex]t^{4}+\frac{t^{6}}{30}[/itex]

Don't know what to do next any advices please
 

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lurflurf
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solve algebraically for L{y}

L{y}=L{t^4}+L{y}L{sin(t)}
 
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solve algebraically for L{y}

L{y}=L{t^4}+L{y}L{sin(t)}
u meant put L{y} to the same side and then reverse transform? I'm try that way but still didnt get that answer
 
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solve algebraically for L{y}

L{y}=L{t^4}+L{y}L{sin(t)}
Thanks lurflurf I got it now :)
 

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