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# Pole-Zero Diagrams

The following pole-zero diagrams represent the transfer function, H(s) of four different systems. For each system find

a.  the damping factor (or damping ratio)

b.the natural frequency, con

c.  the damped frequency,

answered by: Zahidul Hossain

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