Can someone give me a few properties of the Fancy L Transform Thingy (In case you can't tell, I can't remember the name) and its inverse? For example, is the sum of two transformed functions equal to the L transform of the sum of the functions, is the same true of products and division, and so on (I seem to remember a convolution popping up somewhere in there...).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# The Fancy L Transform Thingy

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