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Find the Inverse Laplace Transformation of [itex]\{ 1/(s^3 + 1)\}(t)[/itex]

(for those of you who don't know, you look it up in a table. the closest thing that I can find is [itex]\{ 1/(s^2 + 1)\}(t)[/itex] which is sin(t) )

Well, I started of by breaking up [itex]s^3 + 1[/itex] into [itex](s+1)(s^2 - s + 1)[/itex]

After this, im so lost because [itex]s^2 - s + 1[/itex] cannot be broken up any further....

anybody have any ideas?

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# Inverse Laplace Transformation

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