# (a) Obtain the transfer function (s)/Vi(s) for the D'Arsonval meter, (b) Use the final value theorem to obtain the expression for the steady-state value of the angle if the applied voltage vi, is a step function.

(a) Obtain the transfer function Ɵ(s)/Vi(s) for the D'Arsonval meter,

(b) Use the final value theorem to obtain the expression for the steady-state value of the angle θ if the applied voltage vi, is a step function.

(b) Use the final value theorem to obtain the expression for the steady-state value of the angle θ if the applied voltage vi, is a step function.

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