Homework 9, due April 18, 2012

Due Wednesday, April 18, 2012.
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Homework 9, due April 18, 2012

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Reading: Chapter 9, 9.1-9.6.

Exercises 8.17 (it should say "Figure 8.37), 8.18, 9.13, 9.15 and 9.16.

Also, redo exam 2. Your exam grade will be the average of your actual test grade and the score on what your submit with this homework. The homework, not exam, rules apply with respect to collaboration, i.e., you may collaborate and have all the time you want, but what you submit must be completely your own work.

For once, you MAY submit a photocopy of something. If you you did it correctly on the real exam, you can just copy and submit that.
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If there are no poles or zeros with imaginary parts, is there any utility in solving for things like the asymptote angle?
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jlampari wrote:If there are no poles or zeros with imaginary parts, is there any utility in solving for things like the asymptote angle?
Yes, those will still affect the root locus. There will always be asymptotes if the transfer function is proper. However, there is no point in computing departure or arrival angles. The departure and arrival angles for poles and zeros on the real axis is taken care of the "left of an odd number of poles plus zeros..." rule.
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