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I am trying to get at 3-20 from 3-18.

Can't the u part of the matrix also be written as

[1/m 0]^{T}instead of [0 1/m]^{T}?

What's the rationale in choosing one over the other?

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# State Space Analyis - the 'B' matrix

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