This is my first post
I've got (s^2 + 5) / (s - 2)^4. I need to find the inverse laplace transform of this.
I can't use partial fractions i believe, since the only thing in the denominator is s-2, and I have a higher power in the numerator, so my A would need an S.
I really can't find anything on any of my tables or anything on line to get an s^2 in my numerator and a simple s in my denominator (except f^n(t), but I couldn't get the values to line up)... please help! And MANY thanks ahead of time, I have been doing this homework all night :\