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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi all

The impulse response h(t) of an electric circuit (maybe in some special cases) is the derivative of the step response s(t) of the same circuit. right?

So does it mean they have different dimension, namely if the dimension of s(t) is X, then the dimension of h(t)=ds/dt is x over second?

Thanks in advance.

The impulse response h(t) of an electric circuit (maybe in some special cases) is the derivative of the step response s(t) of the same circuit. right?

So does it mean they have different dimension, namely if the dimension of s(t) is X, then the dimension of h(t)=ds/dt is x over second?

Thanks in advance.