2) Draw the necessary free body diagrams (FBD's) for the system. Then, write all elemental equations used in the FED's according to the given elements (parameters) in the figure. INete, Please pay attention to the positive and negative signs that indicate the direction] b) Obtain the equation of motion (EoM) for the system in terms of ingut & output using Newton's Laws (Le *Contimity Eqn's) and then write the transfer flunction (TF) of the system by using the EoM. Continuiry Equations: Force equilibrium, Torque equilibrium

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2) Draw the necessary free body diagrams (FBD's) for the system. Then, write all elemental
equations used in the FED's according to the given elements (parameters) in the figure.
INete, Please pay attention to the positive and negative signs that indicate the direction]
b) Obtain the equation of motion (EoM) for the system in terms of ingut & output using
Newton's Laws (Le *Contimity Eqn's) and then write the transfer flunction (TF) of the
system by using the EoM.
Continuiry Equations: Force equilibrium, Torque equilibrium

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2) Draw the necessary free body diagrams (FBD's) for the system. Then, write all elemental equations used in the FED's according to the given elements (parameters) in the figure. INete, Please pay attention to the positive and negative signs that indicate the direction] b) Obtain the equation of motion (EoM) for the system in terms of ingut & output using Newton's Laws (Le *Contimity Eqn's) and then write the transfer flunction (TF) of the system by using the EoM. Continuiry Equations: Force equilibrium, Torque equilibrium

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