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GATE2014217
The closed loop transfer function of a system is $T(s)=\frac{4}{s^2+0.4S+4}$ The steady state error due to unit step input is __________.
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GATE2014133
The function shown in the figure can be represented as $u(t)u(tT)+\frac{(tT)}{T}u(tT)\frac{(t2T)}{T}u(t2T)$ $u(t)+\frac{t}{T}u(tT)\frac{t}{T}u(t2T)$ $u(t)u(tT)+\frac{(tT)}{T}u(t)\frac{(t2T)}{T}u(t)$ $u(t)+\frac{(tT)}{T}u(tT)2\frac{(t2T)}{T}u(t2T)$
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GATE2014135
Let $f(t)$ be continuous time signal and let $F(w)$be its Fourier Transform defined by $F(\omega )=\displaystyle{}\int_{\infty }^{\infty }f(t)e^{j\omega t} dt$ define $g(t)$ by $g(t)=\displaystyle{}\int_{\infty }^{\infty }F(u)e^{jut} du$ What is the ... . $g(t)$ would be proportional to $f(t)$ only if $f(t)$ is a sinusoidal function. $g(t)$ would never be proportional to $f(t)$.
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GATE2016233
Let the probability density function of a random variable, $X$, be given as: $f_{x}(x)=\frac{3}{2}e^{3x}u(x)+ae^{4x}u(x)$ where u(x) is the unit step function. Then the value of 'a' and prob $\left\{X \leq 0\right\}$, respectively are $2, \frac{1}{2}$ $4, \frac{1}{2}$ $2, \frac{1}{4}$ $4, \frac{1}{4}$
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GATE201613
The Laplace Transform of $f(t)=e^{2t} \sin (5t)(ut)$ is $\frac{5}{s^{2}4s+29}$ $\frac{5}{s^{2}+5}$ $\frac{s2}{s^{2}4s+29}$ $\frac{5}{s +5}$
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