what is the laplace transform of 4 base t as power L{4^T}

and what are the steps by step solution?
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We need to get 4^t into the form e^(at). Let e^y=4^t, y=ln(4)t, so a=ln(4) and the Laplace transform is 1/(s-a)=1/(s-ln(4)).

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