Solving Differential Equation Using Laplace Transforms

Find Y(t) fot all t

= { 1 0 (less than or equal to) t (less than) Pi/2
Y'' + Y = f(t) f(t)
= { 0 Pi/2 ( less than or equal to) t (less than) Infinity

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