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Was just practicing some problems on the Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, and came across this question.

I understand I will have to transform to the s domain circuit, which looks something like this:

Then doing nodal analysis, I will get the following for the first segement

(10/s-V1)/1 = (V0-V1)/s + V1/(2/s)

However, the answer booklet states that it should be: (10/s-V1)/1 = (V0-V1)/s + V0/(2/s)

I'm unsure if the answer booklet is wrong though,because I thought I was pretty confident in nodals until I see the answer.

What are the problems with my concepts in this case? Thanks

I understand I will have to transform to the s domain circuit, which looks something like this:

Then doing nodal analysis, I will get the following for the first segement

(10/s-V1)/1 = (V0-V1)/s + V1/(2/s)

However, the answer booklet states that it should be: (10/s-V1)/1 = (V0-V1)/s + V0/(2/s)

I'm unsure if the answer booklet is wrong though,because I thought I was pretty confident in nodals until I see the answer.

What are the problems with my concepts in this case? Thanks

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