Driving Point Impedance Poles

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  1. ybrik

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    I am currently having issues solving this problem as I have not been asked to solve for something like this before. Any help would be much appreciated. Image is attached.
     
  2. anhnha

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    Hi.
    Can you calculate impedance in Laplace domain?
    Do you know what impedance poles are?
     
  3. ybrik

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    I understand how Laplace works from differential equations. But I am not very good at applying it to circuit analysis.
     
  4. anhnha

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    Here is the table showing the impedance in Laplace domain.
    It is about the middle of the page:
    http://cnx.org/content/m26686/latest/

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    Now, can you calculate impedance of that circuit, Z(s), in Laplace domain?
     
  5. ybrik

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    So by the structure of the capacitance Z(s), I would choose B. Is my logic correct in that?
     
  6. anhnha

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    No, your answer is not correct. Please post your Z(s) and your calculation.
    Here is the circuit represented in Laplace domain.

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