# Question 2.7.7: Two Complex Roots Use two methods to obtain the inverse Lapl...

Two Complex Roots

Use two methods to obtain the inverse Laplace transform of

X(s)=\frac{3s+7}{4s^2+24s+136}= \frac{3s+7}{4(s^2+6s+34)}

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