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Unluckyowl1
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How to enter function in HP Prime for laplace transform

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Hello,

 I need to use the dfinition of the laplace transform. One of my practise problems ask to use the definitaion of the lapalace transform. I was not sure how to enter the function using the subscripts 1 and 2. I have posted a picture of the function and the defintion of the lapace transform. I want to use the intergrate function in cas mode to finde the solution.

The function

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the solution

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Tim_Wessman
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You do not need to enter subscripts. All those are is varibles. It could be A, B, C or YOUR_VARIABLE. Subscript means nothing here other then the name of a variable. You COULD go through the character menu, find subscripts, and then make it match identically, but it really doesn't matter.

 

Then look at the laplace( ) command. Find it in the calculus math menu, and press the HELP key when you have it highlighted.

 

Or search for "laplace" in the built in help on your calculator. It is all there...

TW

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