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    Examing z transform, poles and zeros, time domain signal

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    We examine the z transform X(z) = (1 - z^-10)/(1 - z^-1) and use properties of the general z transform to find the discrete time signal x(n).

    We also expand X(z) into its polynomial in terms of z^-1 and find the polynomials degree and the coefficients

    We finally plot the poles and zeros of X(z) in the xz plane and examine if we have a pole or zero at z = 1.

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