I have to find Laplace transform of:

Here is what I have:

which simplifies to:

Is this ok??

Also, I have to find inverse Laplace of:

Do I need to use partial fractions on this, or is there a simpler way?

Thanks

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- Aug 14th 2010, 08:38 AMredskiesLaplace/Inverse Laplace Questions
I have to find Laplace transform of:

Here is what I have:

which simplifies to:

Is this ok??

Also, I have to find inverse Laplace of:

Do I need to use partial fractions on this, or is there a simpler way?

Thanks - Aug 14th 2010, 10:32 AMAckbeet
I think you're not using the LT theorems correctly. Perhaps you're inverting the order of application? I get .

For your inverse LT, I would use the shifting theorem first, and then the nth power theorem. - Aug 14th 2010, 12:29 PMchisigma
For both questions I soggest You to remember one of the basic properties of the Laplace Tranform...

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Kind regards