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Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems - Boyce W.E.

Boyce W.E. Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems - John Wiley & Sons, 2001. - 1310 p.
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Frequently, a Laplace transform F(s) is expressible as a sum of several terms,
F(s) = F() + F2(s) + ¦¦¦ + Fn (s). (17)
Suppose that f1(t) = L~l{F1(s)},..., fn(t) = L~l{Fn(s)}. Then the function
f (t) = f() + ¦¦¦+ fn (t)
has the Laplace transform F(s). By the uniqueness property stated previously there is no other continuous function f having the same transform. Thus
L—1{ F(s)} = L—1{ F^s)} + ¦¦¦ + L—1{ Fn (s)};(18)
that is, the inverse Laplace transform is also a linear operator.
In many problems it is convenient to make use of this property by decomposing a given transform into a sum of functions whose inverse transforms are already known or can be found in the table. Partial fraction expansions are particularly useful in this
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Chapter 6. The Laplace Transform
TABLE 6.2.1 Elementary Laplace Transforms
f(t) = L-1{ F(s)} F(s) = L{ f (t)} Notes
1. 1 1 Sec. 6.1; Ex. 4
s > 0
s
2. eat 1 Sec. 6.1; Ex. 5
-, s > a
s- a
3. tn; n = positive integer n! Sec. 6.1; Prob. 27
---γγ, s > 0
s^1
4. tp, p > -1 T(p + 1) 0 Sec. 6.1; Prob. 27
-λ---, s > 0
sp+1
5. sin at a Sec. 6.1; Ex. 6
2 2 ’ s > 0
s2 + a2
6. cos at s Sec. 6.1; Prob. 6
2 2, s > 0
s2 + a2
7. sinh at a Sec. 6.1; Prob. 8
2 2’ s > lal
s2 - a2
8. cosh at s Sec. 6.1; Prob. 7
2 2, s > lal
s2 - a2
9. 5 b Sec. 6.1; Prob. 13
^ ^, s > a
(s - a)2 + b2


10. eat cos bt s- a Sec. 6.1; Prob. 14
s > a
(s - a)2 + b2
11. tneat, n = positive integer n! Sec. 6.1; Prob. 18
. ³ , s > a
(s - a)n+1
12. 4'( e-cs Sec. 6.3
a -, s > 0
s
13. u e Sec. 6.3
(“5 i
) s
f (F
'“t- )s
1
)c
14. f F(s - c) Sec. 6.3
ct
e
15. f(ct) 1F ( C )• c > 0 Sec. 6.3; Prob. 19
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