Partial fraction expansion

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xzibition8612
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Homework Statement



I'm taking the Laplace transform of F(s), and the first thing is to expand it by partial fraction or something so that I can match F(s) with a table of laplace transforms.

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The Attempt at a Solution


Does partial fraction even work? I've got two variables s and w so I doubt it. How do I do this? Just brute force trying to factor it out or something?
 

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rock.freak667
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Your fractions should be for the form A/s + B/s^2 + [Cs+D]/(s^2+w^2)
 

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