To determine whether a transfer function is stable in MATLAB, we can use the 'pole' function which returns the poles of the transfer function. If all the poles of the transfer function have negative real parts, the system is stable.

Here is an example code snippet that shows how to use the 'pole' function to determine the stability of a transfer function:

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In this example, the transfer function has a single pole at -2, which has a negative real part, so the system is stable. If there were any poles with positive real parts, the system would be unstable.

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