# What is the Laplace transform of step signal of 5 units magnitude?

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What is the Laplace transform of step signal of 5 units magnitude?

A) 5s B) 5/s C) s/5 D) 1/s

What is the Laplace transform of step signal of 5 units magnitude?

A) 5s B) 5/s C) s/5 D) 1/s

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