1. Consider the following statements about polar plots Addition of a non-zero pole to a transfer function results in further rotation of polar plot through an angle of - 90° as ω → ∞Addition of a pole at the origin to a transfer function rotates the polar plot at zero and infinite frequencies by a further angle of - 90° Of the above statements:





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