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h(t) is an analog IIR filter, with the poles lambda_1 = -1, lambda_2 = -1+i, lambda_3 = -1-i and no zeros. let h[n] be a digital IIR filter with poles which defined by e^lambda_i and no zeros. is h[n] a high pass filter?
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