Inverse Laplace transform Help

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I couldn't figure the sol'n for this problem
Could somebody help?
Thanks a lot

Find the following Inverse Laplace transform

(L^(-1))*[1/(4s+1)]:frown:
 

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I couldn't figure the sol'n for this problem
Could somebody help?
Thanks a lot

Find the following Inverse Laplace transform

(L^(-1))*[1/(4s+1)]:frown:

That's almost direct from a table...

or are you doing these by hand?
 
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I'm trying to do this by hand
Hopefully I can get some help
Thanks a lot
 
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Well you will definitely need to show some work.

Also, you should check out LaTeX in the tutorial section. Then you can show your work as:

[tex] \frac{1}{4s+1} [/tex]
 
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It might be easier for you to see the solution if you first divide everything by 4:

[tex]\frac{1/4}{s+1/4}[/tex]

Now it should be clear that:

[tex]L^{-1}(\frac{1/4}{s+1/4}) = \frac{1}{4}e^{\frac{1}{4}t}[/tex]
 

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