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    LaPlace Transformations to Solve Ordinary Differential Equations

    Hey guys I am trying to do the following problem (with attempted solution):

    LaPlace Transformations to Solve Ordinary Differential Equations

    Any help/advice would be much appreciated. I am really stumped on this one
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    So you're really asking how to do the inverse Laplace Transform, right? I agree with your work until that point, incidentally.

    I would complete the square in the denominator, to start with. Then you could use some of the shifting theorems to handle the exponential. After that, I think you could essentially just write down the answer.
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