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Just a generic question. If you have Laplace-transformed differential equation like s^{3}Y + sY = g/s + X, where g is a constant, how do you handle manipulating the equation to get the transfer function Y/X? I feel like I've done this before, but I'm having a severe mental block.

2. The attempt at a solution

I've had some thoughts, but can't get anywhere with them. The constant g has nothing to do with X, so any attempts at factoring have been unsuccessful. I thought about some kind of superposition, but am not sure how that would work. Any guidance or hints would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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# Homework Help: Transfer Functions (General Question)

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