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    Laplace Transformation

    Hi,

    I want to find the Laplace inverse of the following function:

    1/(s^2 +2zws + w^2) , where z and w are constants.

    I know that the result should have an exponintial part and a sin or cos, but I don't know how to factor the function to use the table.

    Thanks,
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    I would probably complete the square in the denominator. What do you get for that?
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