Can anybody direct me towards a proof of the second shifting theorem for Laplace transforms? I'm understanding how to use it but I can't figure out where it comes from. I've been learning from Boas, which doesn't offer much in way of proof for this theorem. Are there any good resources online where I can get a feel for where this theorem comes from? Or, if it's simple, can somebody explain the derivation?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Second shifting theorem of Laplace transform

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