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This isn't a homework question! I posted the question for context purpose.

So I understand that at t>0 the switch moves to b. Hence the first circuit diagram (pictured) I understand.

However for the 2nd circuit diagram (picture 2) when asked to transform to s domain. Why does this answer include the 10/s. To my understanding because the switch already switched to b, the 10V is no longer considered hence shouldn't be included as 10/s in the transformation circuit.

Can anyone explain this to me? Whether the answer key is wrong or are my concepts wrong?

Thank you so much in advance!

So I understand that at t>0 the switch moves to b. Hence the first circuit diagram (pictured) I understand.

However for the 2nd circuit diagram (picture 2) when asked to transform to s domain. Why does this answer include the 10/s. To my understanding because the switch already switched to b, the 10V is no longer considered hence shouldn't be included as 10/s in the transformation circuit.

Can anyone explain this to me? Whether the answer key is wrong or are my concepts wrong?

Thank you so much in advance!