The following video shows how to use Matlab to perform a partial fraction decompostion or expansion. The technique is used here to find the inverse Laplace transform. In addition, the inverse Laplace Transform function called ilaplace() is used to find the inverse laplace transform. Matlab can be used to help verify your results when performing the calculation by longhand.

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