Inverse L Partial fractions
If the denominator of F(s) is of second degree and may be
factorized in first degree factors, or of a higher degree than
2, the denominator has to be split into partial fractions.
Intermediate results (Partial Answers) is possible to show the
splitting into partial fractions.
Rem. If the transformation does not exist the
error message "does not exist" is given. If the
expressionis too complicatedthemessage "not
rational" may appear. The expression may
then be split up.
3. Laplace transforms