1 | initial version |

Is this what you want?

```
sage: var('s')
s
sage: var('t')
t
sage: L = (s-3)/(s^2-3*s+2)
sage: L.partial_fraction()
2/(s - 1) - 1/(s - 2)
sage: L.inverse_laplace(s,t)
-e^(2*t) + 2*e^t
sage: L.partial_fraction().inverse_laplace(s,t)
-e^(2*t) + 2*e^t
```

Once you have an expression like `L = (s-3)/(s^2-3*s+2)`

, if you type `L.<TAB>`

, it will produce a list of all of the available methods. In this case there are a lot of possibilities, but `inverse_laplace`

and `partial_fraction`

are two of them. (If you can guess that something like `partial_fraction`

might be there, you can also type `L.p<TAB>`

or `L.pa<TAB>`

to get a much shorter list.) You can also evaluate `L.inverse_laplace?`

to get documentation.

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