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 Aug29 asked inverse laplace transform - with symbolic variables Aug29 accepted Partial Fraction decomposition when denominator is in $x^2 + a$ form Aug29 comment Partial Fraction decomposition when denominator is in $x^2 + a$ form I tried solving it, by plugging in values - ended up with 4 equations which should give the answer once solved. But it looked tedious and messy so I thought my solution is incorrect... but apparently not. Aug29 comment Partial Fraction decomposition when denominator is in $x^2 + a$ form how did you solve the constants so quickly Aug29 comment Partial Fraction decomposition when denominator is in $x^2 + a$ form which one, the As+B/s^2 + 1 .. is right? Aug29 asked Partial Fraction decomposition when denominator is in $x^2 + a$ form May19 awarded Caucus May1 revised Differential Equation: Modifying Particular Solution added 79 characters in body May1 comment Differential Equation: Modifying Particular Solution Yes, but I the question here is just asking for the "form" of the particular solution. May1 reviewed Approve Differential Equation: Modifying Particular Solution May1 asked Differential Equation: Modifying Particular Solution May1 comment Inverse Laplace transform of $(2s+1)/(s^2 - 4s + 5)$ Thank you so much. May1 accepted Inverse Laplace transform of $(2s+1)/(s^2 - 4s + 5)$ May1 asked Inverse Laplace transform of $(2s+1)/(s^2 - 4s + 5)$ May1 accepted Finding fundamental set of solution of higher order differential equation May1 comment Finding fundamental set of solution of higher order differential equation Sorry, I don't quite understand why I don't need to use Wronskian to conclude this. In which case then do I need to use the Wronskian to conclude that something is a fundamental set of solution? Thank you May1 asked Finding fundamental set of solution of higher order differential equation May1 accepted Differential equation: finding particular solution when the RHS is in form A/t May1 comment Differential equation: finding particular solution when the RHS is in form A/t How to know when I need to apply the method of variation of parameter? May1 revised Differential equation: finding particular solution when the RHS is in form A/t added 29 characters in body