I've posted this question already to Math forum but no success to get answer that I understand. This is trivial question about fundamental Laplace transformation. My goal is to understand what is Laplace transformation and when and why to use Laplace transformation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm looking practical example of Laplace. I think that I don't quite understand Laplace without some real life concrete example. Is this right thread/forum to looking for that? Algebra is not a problem. But still this S-constant is and also what Laplace transformed function actually represents.

If I have that very basic linear function 2x and I Laplace transform that:

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\mathcal{L} [2x](s) = 2 \mathcal{L}[x](s)= 2 \cdot \frac 1{s^2} = \frac 2{s^2}

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Ok, now if x goes to -10 to 10 and I want to know what that Laplace function gives answer for instance when x=5. What will be the result and what that result represents?

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