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Putting Transfer Function in Standard Form

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frozone45

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Hi, everyone. I was having trouble understanding how to put a transfer function in standard form. The transfer function is "To(s)" in the attached "Problem Work.pdf" file. The transfer function is boxed at the bottom of the image in this file. The problem in the "Problem.pdf" file asks me to put the transfer function in standard form, according to the table in the attached "Table 1.2.pdf" file. The circuit for the problem is in the attached "Figure P.178.pdf" file. I couldn't figure out a way to rewrite "To(s)" in one of the forms in the "Table 1.2.pdf" file. Would anyone have any tips on how to rewrite "To(s)" in one of these forms?
 

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Ratchit

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Hi, everyone. I was having trouble understanding how to put a transfer function in standard form. The transfer function is "To(s)" in the attached "Problem Work.pdf" file. The transfer function is boxed at the bottom of the image in this file. The problem in the "Problem.pdf" file asks me to put the transfer function in standard form, according to the table in the attached "Table 1.2.pdf" file. The circuit for the problem is in the attached "Figure P.178.pdf" file. I couldn't figure out a way to rewrite "To(s)" in one of the forms in the "Table 1.2.pdf" file. Would anyone have any tips on how to rewrite "To(s)" in one of these forms?
I think all your questions will be answered in this link.
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Are you sure you have the correct transfer function?

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