Calculate the damping ratio, Mechanical Engineering

A second order system defined by

Where r(t) is a unit step function. Calculate the damping ratio, damped natural frequency, undamped natural frequency, peak overshoot occurs, rise time, setting time. Also calculate the steady state error if the input r(t) is unit step function, unit ramp function and unit acceleration input.

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