I have the equation (t-3)u2(t) - (t-2)u3(t) and they want the inverse laplace transformation of this. So basicially I drew out the unit step graph. And i had 0<t<2 --->0; 2<t<3 ---> t-3 and t>3 ----> -1. So then I just did wrote out the laplace transformations and I got(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(s-3)[(-e^-3s)/s + (e^-2s)/s] - (e^-3s)/s

There is the part where I'm stuck at...I'm not sure if im right regarding this part, but some assistance is definately needed. Thanks guys!

Jason

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# Problem on Inverse Laplace with Unit Step

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