# Inverse Laplace transform

1. May 29, 2005

### tandoorichicken

How can I find the inverse Laplace transform of the following function?

$$Y(s) = \frac{1}{s^2 + \frac{1}{s}}$$

2. May 29, 2005

### Hyperreality

tandoorichicken, the best way I have learn to solve inverse Laplace transform is look up on the table (no one is expect to know all the transfroms)

3. May 29, 2005

### OlderDan

4. May 29, 2005

### HackaB

Yes, the most practical way to invert laplace transforms is to look them up in a table. If you are interested in a more direct way, you can use the general formula for the inverse laplace transform. But since all the important transforms are in a table, you rarely have to use this.