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March 13th, 2017, 06:22 AM   #1
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What does this arrangement mean?



I see this a lot but I don't know what it actually means, could anyone explain?

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I see this a lot but I don't know what it actually means, could anyone explain?

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it says that $G(0)=1$
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Equivalently, the function G(s), evaluated at s= 0, is equal to 1.
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