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the Laplace transform of e^4t(cos 2t)??
please i need help. thanks

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    first, there is s-shifting here since e^4t is multiplied to cos(2t).
    from e^4t, we know that a = 4,, and that L{cos 2t} = s/(s^2 + 4) , therefore:
    L{e^4t(cos 2t)} = (s-a)/((s-a)^2 + 4) = (s-4)/((s-4)^2 + 4)

    so there,, :)

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    (3m − 2n)(3m + 4n)

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