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    The Laplace Transform

    Find the Laplace transform, indicating the region of convergence of the integrals involved:

    L^{-1}\{s^{-1}(s^2 + 9)^{-1}\}
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    The inverse LaPlace is \frac{1-cos(3t)}{9}

    That'll give you something to shoot for.
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