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Solving Transfer Function and Differential Equation in S Domain

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Determine the transfer function (in the s domain) of a first order equation. (Laplace Transforms)
Calculate the value of y(t) when t =10s.

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From a given first order differential equation this is solved using Laplace transform methods going through to find the Laplace domain transfer function, finding the inverse Laplace transform of the delta input transfer function and convolution integral to find the exact solution due to a ramp 4t input. An alternative method to derive the time domain soltuion for the poutput based on partial fraction expansion of the s domain output is also shown

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