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If $\left(f\left($ $t\right)\right)=F\left(s\right)=11\left(\left(s+1\right)^{n}$ $\left(3/2\right)\right)$ then find $f\left(t\right)$ $○$ O $2e^{n}$ $\left(t\right)$ sqrt $\left(+/\pi \right)$ $○$ $e^{n}\left(1\right)$ sqrt $\left(11\pi \right)$ $○$ O $2e^{n}\left(-t\right)$ sqrt $\left(t1\pi \right)$ $○$ O $2e^{n}\left(t\right)$ $s9r$ $\left(11\pi \right)$
Calculus
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Qanda teacher - rakesh123
option C is correct because from Laplace property e^(-t)=(1/(s+1))which only one option.
so we can choose option number C.
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