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I know that in order to inverse a function f(s) back to its time domain counterpart, f(t), one must use the line integral, the Bromwich Integral, but I do not know how to evaluate a line integral. Does anyone know of any practical methods of evaluating the inverse Laplace transform, could point me to some guides on how to do inverse the Laplace transform, how to calculate a line integral (especially this one), and/or personally help me themselves on this post?

Really, any help is greatly appreciated b/c I have looked everywhere for some good guides, and I can't find any helpful ones. By the way, I have taken up to BC Calculus, so I know how to integrate and differentiate.

Thanks.

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# How to inverse the Laplace Transform?

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