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    inverse laplace using method of partial fractions

    Hi there,


    I am wondering whether there is a way to find the inverse of Laplace transforms that have similar roots in the numerator and denominator. For example,


    [L-]= [(S+x)(S+y) + 70]/(S+x)(S+y)(S+z)


    from using the method of partial fractions, i get the following solution:


    = [70/(y-x)(z-x)]*e^-xt + [70/(x-y)(z-y)]*e^-yt + [[(x-z)(y-z)+70]/(x-z)(y-z)]]*e^-zt


    is this correct?
    Last edited by Howard22; February 16th 2013 at 07:42 AM.
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