I want to write this transfer function (0.7/s^2)*sin(0.05) in MATLAB code, but sine make it complicated. Kindly, how can I make that?

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taleem mat
taleem mat on 22 Jan 2022
Commented: Star Strider on 22 Jan 2022
Can I write it as in this code?
%code
s=tf('s')
g=(0.7/s^2)*sin(0.05)
Thanks

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 22 Jan 2022
Since the sin call creates a constant and is not itself a function of ‘s’, evaluate it first and then just multiply it as with any other constant —
s=tf('s');
m = sin(0.05)
m = 0.0500
g=(0.7/s^2)*m
g = 0.03499 ------- s^2 Continuous-time transfer function.
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bode(g)
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