1. Only S2 is true

2. S1 and S2 are both true but S2 is not a reason for S1

3. S1 and S2 are both true and S2 is a reason for S1

4. Both S1 and S2 are false

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S1 and S2 are both true and S2 is a reason for S1

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1. 100000111

2. 00000111

3. 11111001

4. 111111001

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00000111

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1. Causal, LP

2. BIBO, LTI

3. BIBO, Causal, LTI

4. LP, LTI

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BIBO, LTI

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1. [0, - 2 + 2j, 2, - 2 - 2j]

2. [2, 2 + 2j, 6, 2 - 2j]

3. [6, 1 - 3j, 2, 1 + 3j]

4. [6, - 1 + 3j, 0, - 1 - 3j]

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[6, - 1 + 3j, 0, - 1 - 3j]

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1. M = (P OR Q) XOR R

2. M1 = (P AND Q) XOR R

3. M = (P NOR Q) XOR R

4. M1= (P XOR Q) XOR R

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M1= (P XOR Q) XOR R

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1. ± √2 and 0º

2. ± √2 and 45º

3. ± √3 and 0º

4. ± √3 and 45º

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± √2 and 45º

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1. y(.) is zero for all sampling frequencies ωs

2. y(.) is nonzero for all sampling frequencies ωs

3. y(.) is nonzero for ωs > 2, but zero for ωs > 2

4. y(.) is zero for ωs > 2 but nonzero for ωs > 2

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y(.) is zero for all sampling frequencies ωs

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1. (-2.24)/(s2 + 2.59s + 1.12)

2. (-3.82)/(s2 + 1.91s + 1.91)

3. (-2.24)/(s2 - 2.59s + 1.12)

4. (-3.82)/(s2 - 1.91s + 1.91)

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(-3.82)/(s^{2 }+ 1.91s + 1.91)

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1. Both the student and the teacher are right

2. Both the student and the teacher are wrong

3. Both the student is wrong but the teacher is right

4. The student is right but the teacher is wrong

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Both the student and the teacher are wrong

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