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    Convolution Integrals and Solving Differential Equations

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    1. Find the inverse of F(s) = s/[(s+1)(s^2+4)] the answer can be left as a convolution integral

    2.Solve y''+y'+(5/4)y=y(t) y(0)=y'(0)=0 using LaPlace Transforms

    sin(t) t greater or equal to 0 or less than Pi
    y(t) {
    0 t greater or equal than Pi

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    Convolution Integrals and Solving Differential Equations using LaPlace Transforms are investigated. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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