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# 9/3/2018 Division by t | Laplace Transform | Advance Engineering Mathematics Review

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## Division by t | Laplace Transform

Division by t
If L {f (t)} = F (s) , then,

f (t)
L{ } = ∫ F (u) du
t s

f (t)
provided lim [ ] exists.
t→0 t

Proof of Division by t
Let
f (t)
g(t) = , then
t

f (t) = t g(t)

L {f (t)} = L {t g(t)}

## From Multiplication by Power of t

d
1
L {f (t)} = (−1) L {g(t)}
ds

d
F (s) = − L {g(t)}
ds

## Integrate both sides

∫ d[L {g(t)} ] = − ∫ F (s) ds

9/3/2018 Division by t | Laplace Transform | Advance Engineering Mathematics Review
s

L {g(t)} = − ∫ F (u) du

f (t)
L{ } = ∫ F (u) du
t s

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Problem 01 | Division by t
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Problem 03 | Division by t
Problem 04 | Division by t

## ‹ Problem 03 | Multiplication by Power of t up Problem 01 | Division by t ›

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