We use

`Lap{e^(at)\ sin\ omega t}=omega/((s-a)^2+omega^2)`

and simple substitution yields:

`Lap{e^(2t)\ sin\ 3t}` `=3/((s-2)^2+3^2)` `=3/((s-2)^2+9)`

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