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Integration

1. Using the Laplace transform pairs in the formula sheet (available in the Start Here module on the Additional Resources page), derive the Laplace transforms for the following time functions. For full credit, be sure to specify the theorem you will use and the function for which you will use the Laplace Transform.

\text { a. } e^{-a t} \cos (\omega t) u(t)


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