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compute Laplace trasnform of this signal (directly by evaluating the integral)

f(t) = cos(pi*t + theta)*delta(t-2);

I know what the LT integral looks like, but I don't think I'm evaluating it right.

Would the answer be just: cos(pi*t + theta)*e^(-2s) ?

Any help is much appreciated.

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# Laplace transform with delta function

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