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It's pretty simple if you know a few basic things: a single pole on the real axis corresponds to an exponential sequence. The elements of that sequence either have the same sign, or their signs alternate, depending on the angle of the pole ($0$ or $\pi$). This should allow you to pair figures $(c)$ and $(e)$ with figures $(1)$ and $(6)$. a complex conjugate ...


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