I've had to take diff eqtns now and I'm trying to get my head around Laplace again.. it's been a while. I can't seem to transition to the simplest step of partial fractions, my denominators are tough to figure out.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If someone could point me to the next step that'd be great!

Thanks a lot guys and girls.

What I have is in the link below, I'd embed it but it's too big and will mess with the formatting of the page.

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# Can't finish a Laplace Initial Value Problem.

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