How can i factor this nicely, so that i can get a form to inverse-laplace transform it(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]\frac{0.25s}{s^2+0.25s+0.25}[/tex]

so far i get this in denominator: [tex](s+\frac{1}{8})^2+\frac{15}{64}[/tex]

after completing the square, but then the last fraction is not a square of anything.... and i need a square there, the way everything else looks...

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# Homework Help: Factoring problem

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