Hi guys :) I'm looking to get a jump start on my uni course and have been going through some topics on my own before classes start in the Fall, I've reached the point of Laplace Transform and Fourier maths - and it's tough! I have a small question on an inverse laplace transform equation in my maths book. Problem is, there are no examples of this type to help me in it :( 1. I want to find the inverse laplace transform of the following: H(s) = 15/(s^3 + 6s^2 + 15s + 15) What I've been doing so far with these questions is splitting them into smaller fractions - but I can't seem to do it with this and am having trouble trying to figure out how to go about completing it. Any help would be very appreciated! 3. The attempt at a solution Would I be correct in simplifying the above example into: 15/[ (s + 2)^3 + 3(s + 2) + 1 ] and then trying to find the inverse laplace transform?