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inverse laplace transform?

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hi,

i need to find the inverse laplace transform of

a = exp(1+s)

b = exp(1+s)/ (-1+exp(1+s))


i used matlab and mathematica to find the inverse laplace and couldnt find the answer. if u could get the inverse, pls post the method and also the result. thanks.

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PS: pls dont ask me to try any other softwares like mathcad etc... as a reply.
 

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The Laplace inverse of a function may not exist. A sufficient condition that I know of sets strong restrictions on the growth rate of the functions. Nonetheless, it does not mean that a funtion won't have a Laplace inverse if it does not satisfy the conditions. One thing that I can assure you that the functions you listed are not guarrantted to have Laplace inverses by any theorems that I saw. Therefore, only the God is with you when you do it. Attached is a try to the first function and apparently, you have to carry out all step in the paradise of distribution (generalized function). Even worse, it does not guarranttee a round trip if you try to Laplace the function again.
 

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