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BB 350 ‘ 28 September 1998 "1049: Name: . I Sec.: Test Form A ':I..:‘v__7Prot>lemi'1: 325 goings! ‘ TQ‘c‘o'nsider {hﬁ'ifur‘rcﬁon fit} shown in Figure 1. " fit) Figural. momma).  'jA “’1'.” ' .‘ 7.1I“IIb"l.f' r1 ' .4 Now. let g(t) = , a W version of ﬁt) from Figure 1. a! (5 points) . Sketch cm on the graph provided in Figure 2 and properly label the graph. E0) L 'L “3 4 S c.
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‘ I Jeems isiAevL’cfcd’cp Figure 4. An LTI system with an input, [(0, and a zerostate response. y;(t). Now. use ch] as the input to the 5 am ' '
the system to am is hm. 9 LT! systgm shown m Figure 4. The zerostate tesponse of at» 350) F gm: 5. The LTI system with input, g(t), and zerostate response, y1(t). w“. amJajﬁu. again,— u ma.am.nm..'mr ﬁnk. mumwhkmmmhumlu. nmwmi; m aimnitsaawmgﬂnmmhmuhm.u l‘llulh“.¢lﬂdhsmdy t..mbu...:,..mu..‘ L m, . . , ,. u .u u. K. . i
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' versions of y,(ti.__ Express y,{t} in terms _of the function mm. prop'ehtielszf ' ‘
= i (m r "HIM who) d) (10 points} is the signal sum in Figure 4 a newer signal. an energy signal or neither?
' If it is a power or energy signal, find the measure for hm. hm Ska : 0 MW) gigﬂa‘ “
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Each part is completely independent of the
other parts and so each can be solved separately. Point value's for each part are indicated below. Consider the foll0wing:
Given a system with the input/output relationship ylti :2 flat  [H + y where.
ylt)  System output
ﬂtl  System input
and a. I}, & y are real numbers with the
constraint that a a: 0
unless Otherwise noted. {9 points} Using an appropriate proof. determine if the system is linear or nonlinear. If .—.  you determine the system to be nonlinear. suggest values for at, B, & 7 which would
make the system, linear. al z_....iul. r ~_4‘_.....—..Aa. .A bl (9 points) Using an appropriate proof, determine if the system is timevariant or time invariant. lfryouidetermine the system to be timevariant. suggest values for a, 13. & 1
which would make the system timeinvariant. _ cl (4 points) Suppose. at t  Ss. an input. ﬁt} is applied. Using at  1, and 4 0, what‘
must be the range on [i for the system to be causal? cl) (3 points) Suppose a. =1,D  0&1  1.
memoryless? Briefly explain your reasoning. 6% V 61m: 0?) 371 ﬁle) —% aptlvﬁlﬁ «was
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‘ ,5 W Problem 3: £25 gointsl In the following circuit. the switches are kept Open for a long time and then suddenly closed at
t = 0. m): ..... ._ m. . J.“ _.__.__ The ordinary differential equation relating the output, yttl, with the input, ﬁt], for t 2 0 is determined
to be ’ (R'fe+R’)gZ+iy(()=_Ld_f
,RJ dr 1. R, d
where.
R.= 20
R,= an
R3: 20
L = 0.1H . 3 a) (6 points} Find the initial inductor current. “0‘1. and the initial voltage. viO‘)
immediately after the switches are closed. bl (8 points] Find the zeroinput response of ym for t>0. cl (8 points} Find the zerdstate response of ylt} for t>0. d} (3 points) Is this system stable? Explain your answer. Problem 4: £25 Qointsl In the foll0wing circuit. the switch is kept open for a Ion 9 time and then Suddenly closed at
t = 0. . _..._...__~....—.u.—m..  The ordinary differential equation relating the output, yit}. with the input, ﬁt), for t 2 0 is determined to be . ' _
d2 +R. I l
_y+_y(;) =_._.f(()
d: CMz d: LC LC
where.
R, 1 0
R32 1 D
L r: 0.1 H
C  0.1 F
. . . .. dy . . . .
a] [6 pomtsl Fund the initial values yIO‘} and Immediately after the swutch as
closed. d! no. bl (8 points} Find the forced response of yttl.
cl (8 points) Find the natural response of ytt). d! (3 points! Is the total response. yttl. critieaﬂy damped. underdamped. or overdamped?
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