Hi, so we just started learning about Laplace transforms yesterday, and I have a problem which I am not sure what to do:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is about the second term, if it was a constant coefficient I could do this fine, but none of the 2 examples we did in class for solving ODEs with Laplace transforms involved non-constant coefficients...so I'm not sure how to deal with that term, I tried something with integration by parts, but that didn't work..and I don't suppose I can just pretend t is constant and bring it outside the Laplacian.

Can someone tell me how I am suppose to deal with the 2ty' term please?

Thanks!

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# Homework Help: Laplace Transfrom to Solve ODE Help!

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