## Laplace transform 1 | Laplace transform | Differential Equations | Khan Academy

Introduction to the Laplace Transform

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### 33 Responses to “Laplace transform 1 | Laplace transform | Differential Equations | Khan Academy”

1. Saifeleslam Meftah says:

So what that mean.. S domain…
What laplace was thinking when he invent a new domain?

2. aryan shahrabi says:

From which books, do you teach?
(With highly appreciation by your teaching at all)

3. Real Islamic Guidance says:

Laplace Transform converges (gives finite value) in ROC. How is this information (the finite value of LT) help us anyhow?

4. Mercy Kyalo says:

Amazing

5. Vybhav Angu says:

Why would u convert from parameter time to frequency? What is the logic behind that?

6. Pine Peach says:

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7. Victor says:

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8. Melker Torslén says:

saving students for 12 years straight

9. KJ Thompson says:

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10. Worrier says:

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11. Shazullah Yusufzai says:

From where come this e to the -st

12. Zairi Mail says:

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13. Lorenzo Doesn't Exist says:

Dude, you're about to get cancelled for exposing us to our first Laplace transform.

14. zitronen saft says:

how does this man know everyhting

15. Kamran Khan kami says:

yes it is a significant moment in our lives…….
Its night 12;37, everyone is sleeping or enjoying, and we engineers are here

16. Bernard Carey says:

Dude sounds like Thomas sowell

17. Joseph Mascolino says:

12 years later and this is still better than my MA232 lecture…

This video has prove that engineering and doctor can be altogether

19. Farhan Rafid says:

20. Brendan Lee says:

Wow 12 years ago

21. sharperguy says:

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22. fyo hox says:

Excuse me, where did that s come from

23. Saniya Shoeb says:

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24. jediCurmudgeon says:

So, you left us hanging — What's 's'?

25. Chuck Dundas says:

I always liked Fourier analysis better

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27. Abdul Moen عبد المعين says:

What should I need to know before watching this video

28. Ibrahim Khan01 says:

Shameless

29. Pauline Ong says:

willing to pay this guy my college tuition

30. Kishorekumar Sathishkumar says:

So this guy is a function of functions

31. Zeynel Akbulut says:

240p ? Seriously?

32. Alluma Nati says:

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33. Emanuele Giordano says:

The hardest part in this video is not the Laplace Transform, it's writing with the mouse.