Laplace Transforms

  • Thread starter Raybert
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To work out the laplace transform of

exp(-as)*(1/s+5)

Does convolution have to be used or can s - shifting be used. If s-shifting can be used can you please provide an example of how to use it in this case?

My first though was s-shifting but then I would get exp(-as)*(1/[(s-a)+5]) which leads me nowhere.

Thanks!
 

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So you're trying to find the Laplace transform of "exp(-as)*(1/s+5)"? I only ask because s is usually used when the function is already in the Laplace domain.
 

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