Problem

ete integral $Of$
$2\left(z+px+9y\right)=yp^{2}$
$10.$ If $L-1$ $\left(f\left(s\right)\right)=F\left(t\right),$ and $\left(-7$ $\left(g\left(s\right)\right)=G\left(t\right)$ then $1-\right)$
$\left(f\left(s\right)$ $g\left(s\right)\right)=\int _{0} ^{t}$ $F\left(∪\right)$ $G\left(t-u\right)$ du $u=F\left(t\right)\times G\left(t\right)$

10th-13th grade

Calculus

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is it finishes here

Qanda teacher - publu

yesb, it's just the prove of convolution theorem

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it's a 8 marks question I will get full marks on it or not

Qanda teacher - publu

yes i believe you'll get full marks

Student

ok tq so mch?

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can you please evaluate my answer

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ok let me first note it

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