|Jan7-07, 01:22 PM||#1|
inverse laplace method for equation .....
Just doing some revision but im a little stuck on how to find the inverse laplace of 1/s(s-2)
|Jan7-07, 03:18 PM||#3|
1/s(s-2)= A/s+ B/(s-2) for appropriate A and B- that's the "partial fractions" the eminent LeonhardEuler mentioned. One good way to solve for A and B is to multiply both sides by s(s-2) and then plug in simple values for s to get two equations for A and B.
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