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Could anyone should me how it is you arrive to [tex] \frac{n!}{(s - a)^{n+1}} [/tex] as being the laplace transform of [tex] t^n e^{at} [/tex] ? Or at least provide a link?

I've done integration by parts but the term [tex]e^{(s-a)t}[/tex] will not go away.

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# Laplace transformation

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