Hey guys, I'm really struggling with an equation that I have to use for a piece of coursework. I think I'm missing something really basic but I can't seem to get past it and wondered if somebody else could help. I want to know if it's possible to find the Laplace transform of the following: du/dt=-0.0291*u+0.0629*w-32*theta+(0.2/m)*deltaT I've tried everything I can think of including taking the Laplace transform of each variable and then adding them together at the end which I don't think works. I've searched everywhere I can think of for an answer to my problem but I've found nothing. Can somebody please help me?