What is the laplace transform of
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Tom Mattson said:According to the section entitled "Homework Help" in the Physics Forums Global Guidelines which you agreed to:
So whatcha got?
Tom Mattson said:Do you know what [itex]\theta(t)[/itex] is?
It's not a matter of being undefined, but you got the right idea. It's more precise to state that the laplace transform of f doesn't care what values f takes on for x<0.Lorens said:Can I ignore [itex]\theta(t)[/itex] seen the laplace transform isn't defined for the second quadrant for the x-axis.
What special signs?Also i must ask how do you get access to all the special signs?
Thx for your time Lorenz