this question involes mechatronics however i ask that the differential equation be rearranged to give me the highest derivative on one side and the rest on the other

The differential equation that models the height of liquid in a tank of uniform cross sectional area is: \[ q_{i}=\frac{1}{R} h+A \frac{d h}{d t} \] Using the procedure given on the Introductory Simulink Instruction sheet (available on StudyNet), draw an analogue diagram and hence develop a Simulink model assuming the flow rate in (qi) is the input and the height of liquid in the tank, $h$, is the output.

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