|Apr17-11, 01:52 PM||#1|
inverse laplace of this beheemoth
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
I had to solve an IVP using laplace transforms.
the answer should be the laplace inverse of:
2. Relevant equations
3. The attempt at a solution
i tried partial frac. decomp. and failed miserably. I also tried wolfram and it did not work.
|Apr17-11, 05:37 PM||#2|
What was your original problem?
|Apr17-11, 10:02 PM||#3|
yea sorry. I figured it out. I did not have to inverse it.
I also don't know how to delete a post. :(
|calculus, differential, ivp, laplace, tough|
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