Hello,

I am hoping this is in the right place. Sorry if it is not.

I need to find a differential equation for a linear system, H, which is characterised by the impulse response h(t) = e-2t, where t denotes time.

I know I need to change the impluse into the Laplace equivalent, which is 1/(s+a)

But past this I am not sure. Would anyone be able to point me in the correct direction?

Thanks in advance.

Seán

I am hoping this is in the right place. Sorry if it is not.

I need to find a differential equation for a linear system, H, which is characterised by the impulse response h(t) = e-2t, where t denotes time.

I know I need to change the impluse into the Laplace equivalent, which is 1/(s+a)

But past this I am not sure. Would anyone be able to point me in the correct direction?

Thanks in advance.

Seán

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