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Let Gs K s 1 2 s2 2s 2 with K > 0 in Figure P8.3.

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Problem 5

Let Gs K s 1 2 s2 2s 2 with K > 0 in Figure P8.3. [Sections: 8.5, 8.9] a. Find the range of K for closed-loop stability. b. Sketch the systems root locus. c. Find the position of the closed-loop poles whenK 1 and K 2.

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Let Gs K s 1 2 s2 2s 2 with K > 0 in Figure P8.3.