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When I have a equation 1/sT

its an integrator with time constant

i.e Assuming a T of 5s, if I input a unit step function, the output of the integrator reaches unity in 5 seconds

atleast I undestand it that way. Please correct me if I am wrong

in the same way can someone help me to understnd the physical meaning of T in the following equation

Signal = 1/(1+sT) and Signal = 1/(1+ s*T1 +s^2*T2)

also kindly help me to find the lapalace inverse of the above signals!

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# Physical Meaning of T's in Laplace equations

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