I am trying to do the inverse of the foll. eqn. to no avail:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

s+1/(s^3 + s + 1)

I cannot factorise the denominator.

My only alternative was to use the defintion of Laplace and try to integrate the equation. Still I could not. Can anyone provide some hints?

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# A Laplace Inverse Problem

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