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Topic: Laplace Transforms
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ryan

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From: PA
Registered: 4/24/07
Re: Laplace Transforms
Posted: Apr 25, 2007 2:25 PM
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i now know how to do it, and it was easy to do. but i still dont see how i was expected to know that. it seems that the laplace rules arent governed by standard differentiation and integration rules, which is why i had no idea what to do with it. but i got the answer, then just worked backwards. all is good now.



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