ok im having a bit of a time solving this problem... y''-5y'+6y=U(t-1) y(0)=0, y'(0)=1 the Unit step is giving me a problem...can i just make it e^-s and solve it? any help would be appreciated.. thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by slapmaxwell1 ok im having a bit of a time solving this problem... y''-5y'+6y=U(t-1) y(0)=0, y'(0)=1 the Unit step is giving me a problem...can i just make it e^-s and solve it? any help would be appreciated.. thanks in advance! Split the problem in two parts... a) find the solution of the initial values problem... ... and call this solution... b) find the solution of the initial values problem... Kind regards
Originally Posted by slapmaxwell1 ok im having a bit of a time solving this problem... y''-5y'+6y=U(t-1) y(0)=0, y'(0)=1 the Unit step is giving me a problem...can i just make it e^-s and solve it? any help would be appreciated.. thanks in advance! It looks like you are doing a Laplace transform? Note that Since what is the sign in the exponential? -Dan
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