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I am not sure if this question is suitable in this box, so I will have a try.

I just started to study Matlab and Simulink. There's one thing i do not understand:

Why does the integration block in simulink have the symbol 1/s. Does it have something linked with laplace transform?

Thanks for reading.

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# The integration block in simulink

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