The given polynomial P(s) = s^4 s^3 5s^2 3s 4 is hurwitz or not. And the first quotient term of the continued fraction expansion isSingle choice. (1 Point) b). hurwitz, s d). not hurwitz, s a). not hurwitz , s/2 c). hurwitz, 2s?

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