# Information for "If there is a common pole and zero (say at a) in the closed loop transfer function, should I say there's one pole at a and also one zero at a?"

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Display title | If there is a common pole and zero (say at a) in the closed loop transfer function, should I say there's one pole at a and also one zero at a? |

Default sort key | If there is a common pole and zero (say at a) in the closed loop transfer function, should I say there's one pole at a and also one zero at a? |

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Page creator | Han (talk | contribs) |

Date of page creation | 01:48, 1 December 2008 |

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Date of latest edit | 01:48, 1 December 2008 |

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