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# Test: Z-Transform Part - 3

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Signal and System | Test: Z-Transform Part - 3

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QUESTION: 1

### The z-transform of a signal x[n] is given by If X (z) converges on the unit circle, x[n] is

Solution: Since X (z) converges on |z|= 1. So ROC must include this circle. QUESTION: 2

### The transfer function of a system is given as The h[n] is

Solution: So system is both stable and causal. ROC includes z = 1.

QUESTION: 3

### The transfer function of a system is given as Consider the two statements Statement(i) : System is causal and stable. Statement(ii) : Inverse system is causal and stable. The correct option is

Solution:

Pole of system at : Pole of inverse system at : For this system and inverse system all poles are inside |z|= 1. So both system are both causal and stable.

QUESTION: 4

The impulse response of a system is given by For this system two statement are
Statement (i): System is causal and stable
Statement (ii): Inverse system is causal and stable.
The correct option is

Solution:  Pole of this system are inside |z|= 1. So the system is stable and causal.
For the inverse system not all pole are inside |z|= 1.So inverse system is not stable and causal.

QUESTION: 5

The system
y[n] = cy[n - 1] -0.12 y[n - 2 ] + x[n - 1] + x[n - 2 ] is stable if

Solution: QUESTION: 6

Consider the following three systems The equivalent system are

Solution:  So y1 and y2 are equivalent.

QUESTION: 7

The z-transform of a causal system is given as The x is

Solution:

Causal signal QUESTION: 8

The z-transform of a anti causal system is The value of x is

Solution:

Anti causal signal, QUESTION: 9

Given the z-transforms The limit of x[∝] is

Solution:

The function has poles at z = 1, 3/4. Thus final value theorem applies. QUESTION: 10

The impulse response of the system shown in fig. P5.4.62 is Solution:   