# Question 2.6.3: Impulse Response of a Simple First-Order Model Obtain the un...

Impulse Response of a Simple First-Order Model

Obtain the unit-impulse response of the following model in two ways: (a) by separation of variables and (b) with the Laplace transform. The initial condition is x(0−) = 3. What is the value of x(0+)?

$\overset{.}{x}=\delta (t)$

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