Find the t- domain forced response, Electrical Engineering

Consider an RLC series circuit excited by v(t) = Vest in the time domain. Assume no initial capacitor voltage or inductive current at t = 0. Draw the transformed network in the s-domain and solve for the frequency-domain forced response of the resultant current. Then ?nd the t- domain forced response i(t).

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