That one might not be in your book. You may have to do it the hard way.
Hey, I cannot figure out how to get these two probelms figured out. I need to find the inverse of the laplace transform.
Here is what ive tried: given H(s) find h(t). (take inverse laplace transform)
using partial fractions I split this up into:
which leaves me with:
From here i cant seem to split this up any further into a sin/cos/e^(x) or other simple function. Any help on the next step, or corrections to what I have already done would be great.
2) given K(s) find k(t) (take inverse of laplace transform).
I cant factor the denominator so i tried writing the demoninator in various ways which didnt lead me anywhere. Without being able to split the denominator up I also cannot use partial fractions to help simplify this. Any ideas?
, didn't seem to help.