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June 20th, 2018, 01:46 AM   #1
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Given F (s) s-2 / s ^ 2 + s + 1. Find the Laplace transform.
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You should clarify = sign and () missing.
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Surely you mean "inverse Laplace transform"? Assuming you mean $\displaystyle F(s)= \frac{s- 1}{s^2+ s+ 1}$, start by completing the square in the denominator to get a form you can look up in a table of transforms. There is probably one in your text book but there is one here:

I think you will need numbers "7" and "8" in that table.
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