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By Witold A.J. Kosmala

This e-book is designed to be an simply readable, intimidation-free consultant to complicated calculus. rules and strategies of evidence construct upon one another and are defined completely. this is often the 1st ebook to hide either unmarried and multivariable research in this sort of transparent, reader-friendly environment. bankruptcy subject matters conceal sequences, limits of features, continuity, differentiation, integration, limitless sequence, sequences and sequence of capabilities, vector calculus, services of 2 variables, and a number of integration. for people looking math enjoyable at a better point.

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11(a). Movement of the free end A is considered as the input and the resulting movement of the mass is the output. Neglecting friction the equationof motionof the mass is my =-k(y-x). 11(b) and deduce that the double spring system is equivalent to a single spring system of stiffness (ke l + k2-1)- I . Find the output of the double spring system when x is the unit step function and y(O) =j (0) =O. A ...... ~ Y (a) A "X (b) Fig. 11 k, k I. ~scs. 8. 5. Find the output of the feedback system when I G,(s) = s + 3 and the input is a unit step function.

L{f{t») Therefore L{g(t») = ~ L(f(t)} , which proves the result. It is interesting to note that the Laplace transform of an integral involves a division by s, and the Laplace transform of a derivative involves a multiplication by s. This demonstrates a correspondence between the Laplace variable s and the differential . D =: dt d operation . Problems 1. Solve the following second order initial value problems: (i) x -x (ii) y + Y - 2y (iii) x - 2X (iv) Y + 2y + y + 2y + (v) -2x =3e 21 , x(O) = 0 , X(O) = 2 =sin t - 3x = 3t2 + 7t 2y 2y , yeO) = 1 , y(0) =- 1 + 3 , x(O) = X(O) =- I =5 sin t = 10 sin 2t , yeO) = y(0) =0 , yeO) =- 1 , y(0) =- 3.

Can you explain why your solution does not satisfy y(O) = O? Answers to Problems 2. 3. y = - 3~3t + 3 cos 2r + 2 sin 2r . y = 1 + ~t _ ~21 . e. :r (u(r» s (u) du = when t » 0 when r c O {I 0 =~(r). The equation to be solved is y +3y +2y =3~r) +2u(r), = u(r) y(O) = y(O)=O. e. y(o-) =0, y(O+) = 3. , y (0) = 3. 9 we saw how the Laplace transform could be used to solve a certain linear differential equation with constant coefficients. The technique is formalised in this chapter and the concept of a transfer function is again considered.

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