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Rewriting solution in terms of hyperbolic trigs

I have to find the inverse laplace transform of: $\mathcal{L}^{-1}(\frac{s}{-8+2s+s^2})$ I found it was $\frac{2}{3}e^{-4t}+\frac{1}{3}e^{2t}$ But the question I'm asked is, determine $A,B,C,D$ ...
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Simplify a parametric equation with hyperbolic trigonometric functions

I've the following parametric equations for a curve: $$\begin{cases}x(t)=a\cdot \operatorname{sech} (t) \\ y(t)=a\cdot(t-\tanh(t))\end{cases}$$ Now let $\theta(t)=-\arctan(\sinh(t))$ how does the ...
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The relation between hyperbolic sine and hyperbolic cotangent

I was wondering if someone can verify (or not) the correctness of the following function? $$\frac{1}{\sinh^2X}=\coth^2X-1$$ I saw it in a paper but I am weak in math, so I am unsure if it is correct ...
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Evaluate coshX given that tanhX

Whilst working out some hyperbolic evaluation questions, I've come across this particular one. So far with any question I've come across I've simply tackled it step by step using hyperbolic ...
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Is this a typo, or am I missing something?

I have a handout for my precalc II class. It says $\sinh(-x) = -\sin(x)$ It should be $\sinh(-x) = -\sinh(x)$ right? I don't see how a negative input could make a hyperbolic function circular.
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Write the following as an algebraic expression of x; sinh(lnx)

So I have a questions asking for $sinh(log_ex)$ sinh(x) = $\frac{e^x-e^{-x}}{2}$ So $sinh(log_x)$ = $\frac{e^{lnx}-e^{-lnx}}{2}$ $\frac{e^{lnx}-e^{lnx^{-1}}}{2}$ = $\frac{x - x^{-1}}{2}$ ...
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Inverse of $(e^x - e^{-x})/2$

What is the inverse of the function $f(x)=\frac{e^x - e^{-x}}2$? I tried replacing $e^x$ by a variable but I still can't get it.
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Does $e^{i*\theta}$ Relate To Hyperbolic Sine/Cosine?

I would like to understand the relationship betwene $e^{i\cdot \theta}$ and hyperbolic sine and cosine. Here is what I have done so far: Given: $$\sinh(x)+\cosh(x)=e^x $$ ...
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Rewriting a hyperbolic equation in standard form

$9x^2-4y^2-72x$ = 0 How would that be done? So far, I got up to $\frac{9(x^2-8x)}1-\frac{4(y-0)^2}1=0$
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Simplifying $\cosh \mathrm{arcsinh} \ x$

How can I simplify the following: $$\cosh \mathrm{arcsinh} \ x$$ I know that an expression of the form $f(g^{-1}(x))$ where $f$ and $g$ are trigonometric functions can be simplified by constructing a ...
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Need some algebra explaination for hyperbolic sinus

I am reading a book where i have come across an expression: $$ \frac{e^{x}\left(-a^2+b^2+2iab\right)- e^{-x}\left(-a^2 +b^2-2iab\right)}{2} $$ In the book they state that we can express this ...
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Why do we get two solutions when inverting $y = \sinh x$?

Using the definition $\sinh x = \dfrac{e^x-e^{-x}}{2},\;$ let's say we want to solve $\;y = \sinh x \;$ for $x$. It's not hard to show that $\;\sinh x \;$ is bijective, so this should have exactly ...
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How do I show this hyperbolic identity?

I am trying to derive $$y = \exp \left(\dfrac{a+b}2t \right) \left(k_1 \cosh \left(\dfrac{(a-b)t}2 \right) + k_2 \sinh \left(\dfrac{(a-b)t}2 \right) \right)$$ From $$y = c_1 \exp(at) + c_2 ...