I simplified the denominator and got ${s}^{4}+6{s}^{2}+25$, but I'm not sure how that helps me.

I also tried looking at $4{s}^{2}$ and $(2s{)}^{2}$, but still am stuck.

Spactapsula2l
2022-09-14
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Find the inverse Laplace transform of $F(s)=\frac{4s}{({s}^{2}+5{)}^{2}-4{s}^{2}}$, but I'm having trouble simplifying this fraction so I'm able to take the Laplace transform.

I simplified the denominator and got ${s}^{4}+6{s}^{2}+25$, but I'm not sure how that helps me.

I also tried looking at $4{s}^{2}$ and $(2s{)}^{2}$, but still am stuck.

I simplified the denominator and got ${s}^{4}+6{s}^{2}+25$, but I'm not sure how that helps me.

I also tried looking at $4{s}^{2}$ and $(2s{)}^{2}$, but still am stuck.

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