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jagcv2 September 8th, 2017 10:01 AM

Laplace transform
 
Laplace transform (self.learnmath)
enviado hace 35 minutos por jagcv2
Hi guys! I want to know how much math I need to fully understand what's behind the Laplace transform. I know it probably requires a lot of time and knowledge, but I am willing to put a big effort into it :D! If you could lead the way with books from the basic to this insane transform, it would be so nice.

Also, forgive my English; I am not a native. Thank you!

Joppy September 8th, 2017 08:11 PM

What do you currently know?

ProofOfALifetime October 15th, 2018 07:43 PM

You'd be very surprised to know that it actually does not require any advanced knowledge at all. Like REALLY. It sounds like a scary topic, but it's not at all.

ProofOfALifetime October 17th, 2018 07:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jagcv2 (Post 579860)
Laplace transform (self.learnmath)
enviado hace 35 minutos por jagcv2
Hi guys! I want to know how much math I need to fully understand what's behind the Laplace transform. I know it probably requires a lot of time and knowledge, but I am willing to put a big effort into it :D! If you could lead the way with books from the basic to this insane transform, it would be so nice.

Also, forgive my English; I am not a native. Thank you!

Sorry didn't read this right the first time. I was trying to say that to use Laplace Transforms doesn't require that much knowledge at all, but fully understand what is behind them is more in depth. I don't think it requires too much advanced knowledge, but I could be wrong.

Joppy October 17th, 2018 08:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ProofOfALifetime (Post 601148)
Sorry didn't read this right the first time. I was trying to say that to use Laplace Transforms doesn't require that much knowledge at all, but fully understand what is behind them is more in depth. I don't think it requires too much advanced knowledge, but I could be wrong.

I think the OP is long gone ;), the thread is over a year old after all.

ProofOfALifetime October 18th, 2018 01:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Joppy (Post 601152)
I think the OP is long gone ;), the thread is over a year old after all.

Go figure when I get to help out, it's an old thread :(;)

Joppy October 18th, 2018 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by ProofOfALifetime (Post 601173)
Go figure when I get to help out, it's an old thread :(;)

I think it's worth answering old threads if the question is clearly stated and no one has responded as it may be useful for others.


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