The figure below shows a spring/dashpot/mass system, with an extra applied force, F. In terms of K, B, m, and F, what is the differential equation describing the deflection of the mass? What is the Laplace transfer function between input F and output x?

3. The figure below shows a spring/dashpot/mass system, with an extra applied force, F. In terms ...

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The solution uses the Laplace transfer function and solves for the deflection of the mass.

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