Use y-hat for the transform and when I take the transform of the equation and simplify the convolution, I get: . Solving for yhat, I get: . Now, you can take the inverse transform of that right?
I am suppose to solve the following equation using laplace transforms and have started but am both unsure if i'm going about it the right way and where to go next,
where T is supposed to be tau.
i re-arranged the equation to have y(t) = the rest , then used convolution theorem to say;
(y * )(t)
where (y * )(t) is the convolution
i then took la place transforms to give;
From here i simplify but end up with terms i can't take the inverse laplace transform of in order to solve, so am thinking i must ahve gone wrong up to this point?
Can anyone help here?