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# 1-Find the impulse response of y"'+2y"+2y'+y=u(t) replacing u(t) = d(t) and applying laplace transform 2-Find inverse laplace Y(s)=1/(s^3+2s^2+2s+1)

1-Find the impulse response of y”’+2y”+2y’+y=u(t) replacing u(t) = d(t) and applying laplace transform
2-Find inverse laplace Y(s)=1/(s^3+2s^2+2s+1)

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Sol: (1) The given equation
Now taking a Laplace transform on both sides,
And given that
Or
Now
On taking an Inverse Laplace transform on both sides,
Sol: (2) Find the inverse Laplace Transform of...

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