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A single FSM can be converted to two smaller FSM. Justify.

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In a control system, moving a summing point right side to the block yields in 

(A) Multiplication of the G(s) in the feedback path (B) Multiplication of the 1/G(s) in the feedback path (C) Addition of gain block (D) Subtraction of gain block 

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