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Joyus

  • 2 years ago

how do you find partial fractions for laplace transforms of (s^2+3)/(s-1)(s^2+1)

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  1. EulerGroupie
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    This is an adaptive method that requires reasoning through what you have, to decide what to do... but numerically it tends to be simpler than methods described in most texts.

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    This method is the old fashioned way, where you solve a system of equations to get the unknowns. It seemed easier in this case.

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  3. Joyus
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    thank you!!

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