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(A): Heaviside partial expansion gives a simple procedure to find inverse Laplace transform of the terms having a complex conjugate pair ofroots.

Reason (R): If I(s) = P(s)/Q(s) and all roots of Q(s) = 0 are simple, i(t) will have terms with exponentials having real exponents only

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(A): Heaviside partial expansion gives a simple pr

(A): Heaviside partial expansion gives a simple pr

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(A): Laplace transform of f(t) = e-at sin ωt is R

(A): Laplace transform of f(t) = e-at sin ωt is R

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(A): If the Laplace transform is , the Laplaces tr

(A): If the Laplace transform is , the Laplaces tr

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(A): If Z1(s) and Z2(s) are positive real then Z1(

(A): If Z1(s) and Z2(s) are positive real then Z1(

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(A): In root locus the breakaway and break in poin

(A): In root locus the breakaway and break in poin

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(A): The root locus of a control system is symmetr

(A): The root locus of a control system is symmetr

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(A): The part of root locus on the real axis is no

(A): The part of root locus on the real axis is no

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(A): Laplace transform can be used to evalute inte

(A): Laplace transform can be used to evalute inte

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