What is the Laplace Inverse of the given question? $$\frac{\sqrt{4+s^3}}{s^3}$$ I tried solving it by expanding $\sqrt{1+\frac{s^3}{4}}$ but the terms will not have Laplace Inverse. If I expand it like $\sqrt{1+\frac{4}{s^3}}$ , It will still have many terms of $t^n$ . Are there other methods?

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