# Signals and Systems 2. The pole-zero diagram below has 2 zeros at the origin and 2...

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Signals and Systems 2. The pole-zero diagram below has 2 zeros at the origin and 2 poles to represent a system A(s). Pole-Zero Map (-0.5, +1) X d Imaginary Au (-0.5, -1) X RealAxis con Is this a stable system? Explain. Write an exact simplified expression for A(s). A(s) = 3. A system has impulse response h(t)= u(t) A e' where A and B are positive constants. Write an exact simplified expression for H(S).

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