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Laplace function a bit limited
11-06-2016, 01:58 AM (This post was last modified: 11-06-2016 02:03 AM by hsauro.)
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RE: Laplace function a bit limited
(11-06-2016 01:47 AM)Mark Hardman Wrote:  
(11-06-2016 01:37 AM)hsauro Wrote:  Of course I know what the Laplace transform of t is. What I wanted to know was whether the calculator knew, obviously it didn't. As I said, this was surpring for such a basic transform. It suggests to me that the Cas capability at least for Laplace transforms might be limited. I shall need to try some more.

No, you said the following:

(11-06-2016 01:37 AM)hsauro Wrote:  The 1/t in particular is a standard function to get the laplace transform of, its just 1/s^2.

Which is demonstratively false.

The CAS is telling you that there is no standard form for:


WolframAlpha agrees.,t,s)

"(no result found in terms of standard mathematical functions)"

Mark Hardman

My bad I apologize, don't know why I typed in 1/t ! Prime certainly can do t.

Anyone one reading this thread, it's a false alarm, sorry for the confusion.
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