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$E\times .2$ If $t^{-1}\left(f\left(s\right)\right)=F\left(t\right)$ then $t^{-1}\left(\int _{,} ^{°0}f\left(n\right)da\right)=$ $→$ $\left(B\right)$ $\dfrac {F\left(n\right)} {a}$ $\left(A\right)$ $f\left(t\right)$ $-$ $11$ $1C\right)$ $\dfrac {F\left(t\right)} {t}$ (D) None of These
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inverse laplas transform
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can you explain briefly
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I hope the proof of the theorem attached suffices. Thanks. All the best !
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