Transfer function of a circuit with a resistor, capacitor, and coil

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Homework Statement



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Find the transfer function, Vout(s)/Vin(s)

The (s) signifies the laplace plane

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The Attempt at a Solution



I'm keenly aware there is an error here (at least from comparing with the answer sheet). Can you tell me where I went wrong?

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The voltage divider approach is fine, but pay close attention to where the output voltage is being measured; it's not using the ground (source -ve terminal) as a reference...
 
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Oh! I used this formula so mechanically already that I forgot what it does and how it functions! Huh... there you go :-)

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Much obliged gneil! Good to know you're (and Nascent!) are still here and kickin' it strong! :)
 
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Much obliged gneil! Good to know you're (and Nascent!) are still here and kickin' it strong! :)
You're very welcome, FP.
 

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