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Let $X(z)=\dfrac{1}{1-z^{-3}}$ be the $Z$ – transform of a causal signal $x[n]$ Then, the values of $x[2]$ and $x[3]$ are

  1. $0$ and $0$
  2. $0$ and $1$
  3. $1$ and $0$
  4. $1$ and $1$
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