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Answer: Find the Laplace transform of each of the

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Problem 15.5

Find the Laplace transform of each of the following functions: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) dn dt n d(t) 6et3 5u(t2

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ATHENS Monday, March 14, 12:41 PM City State ofAthens is in the peninsula of attics. Theyhad urban centers,it ruled itself and controlled 1000 of square miles of land. Majorexportwas Olives and theyused it for hygiene,cooking and oil lamps. Theyhad the best clay so potterybecame a major exportalso. Theyalso had silver mines. One thing thatmakesthe Athenians unique theywere the first people in the world to developed a democracy.It goes back to the major Greek wars. In the Hellenic period they discovered a new way of fighting. If you were a male citizen you were in the army. The main equipment was a shield and spear the person would have topurchase the equipmentfor that city. Your job as a citizen is to defend your city. Its called a hoplite also know as citizen solders. The connection to democracy was that commonersand aristocratsare the same because they foughtside by side in the Phalanx (formation). Greek word for people don’t getinvolved in their community was idiot. Athenshad a maingoddess name Athenianandshe was the god of war. Tyrant is a ruler thatdoesn’t care about their people and just acts on certain issues ; bad In Greece it meanssomebody who is not suppose tobe in power. Cleisthenes put together the democracyin threeparts: Assembly, this is wheneverycitizen would have tomeet40 times a year in their city and • vote directly. • Theyhad a council of 500 thatwould enforce the law day to day. Theydivided it into 10 parts and 50 menfrom each partwere chosen by lots. This is where we get the word lotteryfrom. • He createdOstracism and this comes from the word Ostracon and this came from a broken piece of pottery. They used this to vote.In the Ostracism this was the first vote and this was ostracizing someone.Majoritydecides who goes off the island. This was for tyrantsor a popular person. ATHENS Monday, March 14, 12:41 PM City State ofAthens is in the peninsula of attics. Theyhad urban centers,it ruled itself and controlled 1000 of square miles of land. Majorexportwas Olives and theyused it for hygiene,cooking and oil lamps. Theyhad the best clay so potterybecame a major exportalso. Theyalso had silver mines. One thing thatmakesthe Athenians unique theywere the first people in the world to developed a democracy.It goes back to the major Greek wars. In the Hellenic period they discovered a new way of fighting. If you were a male citizen you were in the army. The main equipment was a shield and spear the person would have topurchase the equipmentfor that city. Your job as a citizen is to defend your city. Its called a hoplite also know as citizen solders. The connection to democracy was that commonersand aristocratsare the same because they foughtside by side in the Phalanx (formation). Greek word for people don’t getinvolved in their community was idiot. Athenshad a maingoddess name Athenianandshe was the god of war. Tyrant is a ruler thatdoesn’t care about their people and just acts on certainissues ; bad In Greece it meanssomebody who is not suppose tobe in power. Cleisthenes put together the democracyin threeparts: Assembly, this is wheneverycitizen would have tomeet40 times a year in their city and • vote directly. • Theyhad a council of 500 thatwould enforce the law day to day. Theydivided it into 10 parts and 50 menfrom each partwere chosen by lots. This is where we get the word lotteryfrom. • He createdOstracism and this comes from the word Ostracon and this came from a broken piece of pottery. They used this to vote.In the Ostracism this was the first vote and this was ostracizing someone.Majoritydecides who goes off the island. This was for tyrantsor a popular person. lotteryfrom. • He createdOstracism and this comes from the word Ostracon and this came from a broken piece of pottery. They used this to vote.In the Ostracism this was the first vote and this was ostracizing someone.Majoritydecides who goes off the island. This was for tyrantsor a popular person. Over the century this form of voting became abused. Athensneighbor Sparta was completely different…. Sparta; Only descendants of original Spartanscould be citizen soldiers, who foughtfull time and were not permittedtowork on a farm or engage inany other business. A second group was also knownas dwellers around and they were the city state slaves who had owned those lands and workedas craftsmanbut could not vote.Theyare located in the Peloponnese. Which is the best farm landin Greece.They made a decision thatwill change their life forever.While Sparta was conquering the city states of thatisland Peloponnese the Spartanscreated a military so strong so thatthe Helots had nochance of being out numbered by the city states. Helots were ritually mistreated,humiliated and evenslaughtered:everyautumn the Spartans would declare war on the helots Spartanwomenhad more freedom thanother womenin those city states, but they still couldn’t vote. Their jobs were to take care of the estate and to produce healthystrong Spartan babies. They would kill babies who looked like their weren'tstrong.Their women hadto remain physically fit. SPARTANS had notrade Theywould not accept any other people ; theywere military focused. Everything the Greekscreatedthey denied. Theywere all about being simple and about AND MAINTAINGTHEIR physical attributes. The first important Athenian victory was the battle of Marathon in 490 B.C.E . When Persian ruler Darius sent a force to punish the Atheniansfor supporting an uprising againstthe Persians by the Greeksliving onthe eastcoast of Aegean. SIGNIFICANT MOMENT:The word marathoncomesfrom a legend of the messenger Phidipidies a manwho runs 24.85 miles from the battle to Athensand yells Nike and falls over and died. Nike is the Greek word for victory. This was the first marathon . Andthe Athenianswon. The second Persian war was The battle of Thermopylae thishappenedwhen Darius son Xerxes lotteryfrom. • He createdOstracism and this comes from the word Ostracon and this came from a broken piece of pottery. They used this to vote.In the Ostracism this was the first vote and this was ostracizing someone.Majoritydecides who goes off the island. This was for tyrantsor a popular person. Over the century this form of voting became abused. Athensneighbor Sparta was completely different…. Sparta; Only descendants of original Spartanscould be citizen soldiers, who foughtfull time and were not permittedtowork on a farm or engage inany other business. A second group was also knownas dwellers around and they were the city state slaves who had owned those lands and workedas craftsmanbut could not vote.Theyare located in the Peloponnese. Which is the best farm landin Greece.They made a decision thatwill change their life forever.While Sparta was conquering the city states of thatisland Peloponnese the Spartanscreated a military so strong so thatthe Helots had nochance of being out numbered by the city states. Helots were ritually mistreated,humiliated and evenslaughtered:everyautumn the Spartans would declare war on the helots Spartanwomenhad more freedom thanother womenin those city states, but they still couldn’t vote. Their jobs were to take care of the estate and to produce healthystrong Spartanbabies. They would kill babies who looked like their weren'tstrong.Their womenhadto remain physically fit. SPARTANS had notrade Theywould not accept any other people ; theywere military focused. Everything the Greekscreatedthey denied. Theywere all about being simple and about AND MAINTAINGTHEIR physical attributes. The first important Athenian victory was the battle of Marathon in 490 B.C.E . When Persian ruler Darius sent a force to punish the Atheniansfor supporting anuprising againstthe Persians by the Greeksliving onthe eastcoast of Aegean. SIGNIFICANT MOMENT:The word marathoncomesfrom a legend of the messenger Phidipidies a manwho runs 24.85 miles from the battle to Athensand yells Nike and falls over and died. Nike is the Greek word for victory. This was the first marathon . Andthe Athenianswon. The second Persian war was The battle of Thermopylae thishappenedwhen Darius son Xerxes SIGNIFICANT MOMENT:The word marathoncomesfrom a legend of the messenger Phidipidies a manwho runs 24.85 miles from the battle to Athensand yells Nike and falls over and died. Nike is the Greek word for victory. This was the first marathon.Andthe Athenianswon. The second Persian war was The battle of Thermopylae thishappenedwhen Darius son Xerxes decided to avenge his fathersdefeatandgathereda huge armyin hope of frightening the Greeks into surrendering. Sparta and Athensgot organizedand fought the Persians for controlof a mountain pass of north Athenscalled Thermopylae but manyof the Greeksgot scared and leftwhile Spartans stood ground andfought to their deaths.They lost the battle tothe Persians. The THIRD battle was the battle of salamis, this was a navalbattle.The Athenianswon this battle as well. SIGNIFICANT MOMENT:The word marathoncomesfrom a legend of the messenger Phidipidies a manwho runs 24.85 miles from the battle to Athensand yells Nike and falls over and died. Nike is the Greek word for victory. This was the first marathon.Andthe Athenianswon. The second Persian war was The battle of Thermopylae thishappenedwhen Darius son Xerxes decided to avenge his fathersdefeatandgathereda huge armyin hope of frightening the Greeks into surrendering. Sparta and Athensgot organizedand fought the Persians for controlof a mountain pass of north Athenscalled Thermopylae but manyof the Greeksgot scared and leftwhile Spartans stood ground andfought to their deaths.They lost the battle tothe Persians. The THIRD battle was the battle of salamis, this was a navalbattle.The Athenianswon this battle as well.

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Edition: 5
Author: Charles Alexander
ISBN: 9780073380575

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