My goodness.. I have not come across an inverse Laplace transform like this. My teacher lets us just use a chart to figure them out, but this is definitely not on there. How do I find the inverse Laplace transform of:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

{ (1/2)+[(5e^-6s)/(4s^2)] } / (s+5)

I already used partial fractions to split up the denominator, so there is one more inverse laplace that I need to do on top of this one, but I figure if I get this one, then I can get the other one as well. Any help??!

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# Homework Help: Inverse Laplace Transform

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