I've been messing around with Laplace transforms. Anyway to get to the point I arrived at a "solution" in the s domain and got stuck.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm trying to solve for the inverse laplace transform of A: [tex] {\cal L}^{-1} \{A\} [/tex]

where [itex] A = F(s) e^{C_2\sqrt{-s+C_1 }} [/itex]

and [itex] C_1,C_2 [/itex] are constants and [itex] F(s) [/itex] is a function of s.

Is there any way to apply the shifting theorem to this equation? If not how do I go about solving the above? I don't know much about [itex] F(s) [/itex]. I already applied boundary and initial conditions.

Thanks.

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# Problem with finding an Inverse Laplace Transform

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