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jrive

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Hello,

When evaluating the step response of a circuit, the resulting Laplace representation is:

$\frac{I_{pd}}{s^2 C1 R1}$

If I look this up on a table of Laplace Transforms, this results in $\frac{I_{pd}*t}{C1 R1}$.

However, I'm struggling to solve this via partial fraction expansion--is there a special trick or step I need to take that would enable me to arrive at the same solution? I don't see where I'm going wrong.

Thanks!

When evaluating the step response of a circuit, the resulting Laplace representation is:

$\frac{I_{pd}}{s^2 C1 R1}$

If I look this up on a table of Laplace Transforms, this results in $\frac{I_{pd}*t}{C1 R1}$.

However, I'm struggling to solve this via partial fraction expansion--is there a special trick or step I need to take that would enable me to arrive at the same solution? I don't see where I'm going wrong.

Thanks!

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