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    Heaviside functions

    Consider the functionThen f(t) can be expressed with Heaviside functions asDetermine b.

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    f(t) turns on to 10 at t=0 and then increases by 4 when t=5.


    f(t) = 10 H(t) + 4 H(t - 5)
    so b=4?
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    Re: Heaviside functions

    Hey mathsforumhelp.

    That is correct.
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