# Homework Help: Electrical engineering hw/Resistive Circuits

1. Jul 15, 2012

### dxs5103

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Im having trouble figuring out these two problems from my home work ive been working on them for 3 hours can anyone give me some insight?

2. Relevant equations

If the second problem is unclear, F(s) is (3s+4) divided by s(s+2).

Attached is the home work

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2. Jul 15, 2012

### dxs5103

3. Jul 15, 2012

### rude man

Is the source a voltage or current? I suspect current ...

4. Jul 15, 2012

### dxs5103

source voltage is current, I can figure out the second problem by myself its just the first one is tricky and im a bit rusty.

5. Jul 15, 2012

### rude man

Sum currents at the input node. What do you get? Do it in the time domain first if you're not comfortable with transformed impedances.

Then transform each term and solve for V(s), then inverse-transform for v(t). The i(t) and I(s) are obvious ...