Why is it that the seemingly easy equations are always the ones to stump you?
y=2 x=0 y_{0}=2
So y'=-y
sL{y}-y_{0}=-y/s
sL{y}=(-y/s)+y_{0}
L{y}=(-y/s^{2})+(y_{0}/s)
I think I'm right so far, but I don't know what to do now, as I end up with:
And as
=
I end up with
-2=As+Bs
and can't see my next (any) move from there.
Please tell me I've made a stupid mistake I'm not aware of earlier in the equation. Any help is much appreciated.