control systems – how to take a second order transfer function without any zeros and represent it using two first order transfer functions – Signal Processing Stack Exchange

control systems – how to take a second order transfer function without any zeros and represent it using two first order transfer functions – Signal Processing Stack Exchange

does anybody know how to take a second order transfer function with no zeros (no s terms in the numerator):

g(t) = Kωn^2 /
(s^2 + 2ζωns + ωn2)

and represent it using two first order transfer functions.

the layout for my second order transfer function is

this second order transfer function was previously in the form

(number)/((number) s + (number))^2 before i expanded the brackets

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