Can anyone get me started with the following transforms using convolution theory?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

L^-1 {1 / (s^2+k^2)^2}

and

L^-1 {8 / (s^2+1)^3}

Any help would be greatly appreciated

CA

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# Convolution Laplace Transform

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