Find then the corresponding impulse response h

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he steady state solution of stable systems is due to simple poles in the jO axis of the s-plane coming from the input. Suppose the transfer function of the system is:
H_ (s)= (Y(s))/(X(s)) = 1/([(s+1)^2]+4))
Find the poles and zeros of H(s) and plot them in the s-plane. Find then the corresponding impulse response h(t). Determine if the impulse response of this system is absolutely integrable so that the system is BIBO stable.

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