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Homework 5, due February 29, 2008.
Use Laplace transforms to solve each of the following differential equations.
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Problem 11
I am guessing that the function is supposed to be 't' from 0 to 1, and not t to 1. Is that correct?

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Re: Problem 11
Yes, that's right. I fixed it.colinheye wrote:I am guessing that the function is supposed to be 't' from 0 to 1, and not t to 1. Is that correct?
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Someone asked me...
Unless I'm misunderstanding the question, what will happen is that it will end up multiplying the stuff that comes from the derivatives on the left hand side of the differential equation. Then you just use the time delay property from the chart.For problem 7 on the homework, the delta function has the Laplace
transform to e^(s*tau), and I'm a little lost as far as how to reverse
transform that in combination with the rest of the equation. If you
could point me in the right direction that'd be great.
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