In my text book it says that if we have the function 5sin(t) F(s) = 5/(s(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{2}+ 1) Which I understand however, it then says that the shifted function is 5sin(t - 2)u(t - 2).. and I am failing to see how they do that I can not see where the 2 is coming from? This second shifting function is really confusing me so any help would be greatly appreciated?

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# Second shifting theorem

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