# What is the Laplace of sin(t^2) so, L(sin(t^2))=the integral from zero to infinity of (e^-st)sin(t^2)?

• What is the Laplace of sin(t^2) so, L(sin(t^2))=the integral from zero to infinity of (e^-st)sin(t^2)?

What is the Laplace of sin(t^2) so, L ... =the integral from zero to infinity of (e^-st)sin(t^2)? ... (t^2) so, L(sin(t^2))=the integral from zero to ...
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Determining the Laplace Transform of t. ... Laplace transform of t: L{t} ... , when you get a minus infinity here does this approach zero. So fair enough.
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... (t) = 2 cos(2t) + (5/2) sin(2t) . ... so f_a(t) ----> e^{as} integral_0^infinity f(u) e^ ... (t-a) ----> integral_0^infinity delta(t-a) e^{-st} ...