# Time Domain Analysis – 45

45. The rise time of a second – order underdamped system is the time taken by the output to rise :

(a) from 10% to 90% of its final steady – state value
(b) from 0%to 100% to 100% of its final steady – state value
(c) from 5% ato 95% of its final steady – state value
(d) from 0% to 50% its final steady – state value

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