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Y(s)/X(s) = H(s)

where,

Y(s) is the laplace of the output

X(s) is the laplace of the input

H(s) is the laplace of impulse response.

How to prove it?In the book Benjamin Kuo, he only mentions it without proof, and did not find it in the book of Oppennheim.

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# Transfer function=Laplace of the impulse response?

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