Use the appropriate algebra and Table of Laplace's Transform to find the given inverse Laplace transform. L^{-1}left{frac{1}{(s-1)^2}-frac{120}{(s+3)^6}right}

lwfrgin 2021-03-07 Answered
Use the appropriate algebra and Table of Laplaces
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Answered 2021-03-08 Author has 79 answers
Step 1 It is given that, L1{1(s1)2120(s+3)6} Step 2 Obtain the inverse Laplace transform as follows: L1{1(s1)2120(s+3)6}=L1{1(s1)2}L1{120(s+3)6}
=ette3tt5(If L1{F(s)}=f(t) then L1{F(sa)}=eatf(t))
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