How to show that where is the inverse laplace ? Ty
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. Now use .
Originally Posted by FernandoRevilla . Now use . Done, thanks! Now i have to find without knowing the result previously. Thank
use partial fractions
Partial Fraction Decomposition will not do anything here. Use the Convolution Theorem.
Originally Posted by General Partial Fraction Decomposition will not do anything here. Use the Convolution Theorem. The way indicated by General is the 'winning key'!... Setting is , so that is... Kind regards
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