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    how to show

    how to show that
    \frac{6}{(s^2+2s+2))^2}= \[\frac{6}{{s}^{2}+2\,s+2}\] -3 \[\frac{\left( s+1\right) \,\left( 2\,s+2\right) }{{\left( {s}^{2}+2\,s+2\right) }^{2}}\]
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    Re: how to show

    Take the RHS and bring it together, you should end up with the LHS
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    Re: how to show

    In order to get a common denominator, you will need to multiply both numerator and denominator of the first fraction on the right side by s^2+ 2s+ 2.
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