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f(t)=e^(at), when t>0, a is constant. find the laplace transformation.

my question:

for the integration part, what happens if s-a<0?

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f(t)=e^(at), when t>0, a is constant. find the laplace transformation.

my question:

for the integration part, what happens if s-a<0?

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