Obtain the time constant from a transfer function


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Hey, say I have a transfer function,

G(s) = s/(6.25+s)

How would I calculate the time constant for this transfer function? Also, if I wanted to sketch a bode plot for this transfer function, would I split it up into s* 1/(6.25+s) ?

Thanks in advance.
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Hey, say I have a transfer function,

G(s) = s/(6.25+s)

How would I calculate the time constant for this transfer function? Also, if I wanted to sketch a bode plot for this transfer function, would I split it up into s* 1/(6.25+s) ?

Thanks in advance.
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