What would be the laplace transform of a function of f or Lleft{f(t)right}?

FizeauV 2021-02-24 Answered
What would be the laplace transform of a function of f or L{f(t)}?
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Given:
What would be the Laplace transform of a function of f or L{f(t)}?
Step 2
Explanation:
Definition:
Let f(t) be a function of t defined for all t>0 then the Laplace transform of f(t) denoted by L[f(t)] is defined by
L[f(t)]=0f(t)dt=F(s)(1)
where s is a parameter which may be real or complex
The Laplace transform of f(t) exists if the integral of (1) exists.
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