• ## BrettC

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You also have an arithmetic error. When $\displaystyle t = 5$ you end up with $\displaystyle 5 = C - \frac{3}{121} \implies C = 5 + \frac{3}{121} = \frac{608}{121}$.

Prove It Yesterday, 20:13

Thanks for pointing out my error Hallsofivy. Adam is one of my students, and the topic they are learning is Laplace Transforms, so he will have to use

Prove It Yesterday, 18:48

Welcome to the forum!

I guess that "between" is supposed to mean "among", but I am not sure about "even".

Evgeny.Makarov Yesterday, 16:11

Let me, yet again, state my dislike for the "Laplace Transform Method"! And, in fact, Prove It made a slight arithmetic error

(easy to do with

HallsofIvy Yesterday, 08:15