I have this laplace transform that I need to solve: y''-6y'+13y=0 y'(0)=2 y(0)=-3(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I figured out my Y(s)=(-3s+20)/(s^2-6s+12). All I need to do is take the inverse laplace of this but I can't figure it. I know I need to split it into two fractions, but after that I'm lost. I'd appreciate any help.

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# Laplace transform

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