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inverse Laplace Transform

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Hello
can anyone tell me the inverse Laplace transform of this relation?
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well inverse laplace can be done by two ways by using the formula as follows



or if the h(s) given is of the form Nr/Dr
then go for partial fraction , if ROC is not sepceified then u can take the system as causal and find the inverse LT by using basic Laplace transform formule for exp(at) or sin(at) or cos(at) so on

or u can use this if u r confortable

x(t)=(1/(2Πj)*(∫exp(st)X(s)ds)

where the limits of ∫ is σ+j∞ is Upper limit and σ-j∞ is lower limit
usually all the ILTs can b doen by the first method :smile:

---------- Post added at 10:58 ---------- Previous post was at 10:56 ----------

hey perado what are lambda and mu ? r they some constsnts?
 
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