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September 8th, 2017, 10:01 AM   #1
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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 ! 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!

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Math Focus: Frame Theory is pretty awesome, and it's ripe for undergraduate research!
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.
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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 ! 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.
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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.
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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
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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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