now all you have to do is find the constant coefficients, good luck.
In solving a problem, I ended up having to take the inverse laplace of (e^(-2s))/((x^2)(x-1))
I know what formula I need to use, but for some reason I'm stuck and can't remember how to do partial fractions with a denominator like that (I separated them so the numerator = 1), can anyone help?
Another way to do any partial fractions, though harder since we are not taking advantage of those special values, x= 0 and x= 1, is to combine the fractions: .
Since this must be true for all x, we must have A+ C= 0, -A+ B= 0 and -B= 1. Again, we get B= -1, A= -1, and C= 1.
(Note that so Peritus' form is the same as mine.)