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The driving point impedance with poles at ω = 0(zero) and ω = ∞ (infinity) must have the 

(a) s term in the denominator and an excess term in the numerator (b) s term in the numerator and an excess term in the denominator (c) s term in the numerator and equal number of terms in the numerator and denominator (d) s term in the denominator and equal number of terms in the numerator and denominator

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The driving point impedance with poles at ω = 0(zero) and ω = ∞ (infinity) must have the s term in the denominator and an excess term in the numerator

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