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mathrocks

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Assume that the Laplace transform of x(t) is given as X(s)=s / (2s^(2) + 1).

Determine the Laplace transform of the following function.

g(t)=x(2t-5)u(2t-5)

How do I use the transform they have given me to solve this...I guess my major problem lies using time shifting and frequency scaling

Or if you have g(t)=t^2 sin(3t)x(t)...do you ignore x(t) since you usually ignore u(t) when it's at the end of the function?