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find the laplace transform of (t+2)sinh2t

now i know the laplace transform of sinh2t is 2/(s^2 -4) as this is a standard rule......

looking through textbooks they show the multiplication by t^n rule is needed and i found that the laplace transform of t (sin kt) = 2ks/(s^2 + k^2) ^2

how do i apply this to my equation.....

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# Laplace transform

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