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Unformatted text preview: must express the solution in the “standard form” given in class, with β and θ expressed in radians, in order to receive credit. (1) a 2 = 1, a 1 = 18, a = 81; y[2] = 12/81, y[1] = 2. (2) a 2 = 1, a 1 = 2, a = 4; y[2] = 2 +√3, y{1] =2(2 + √3). (3) a 2 = 1, a 1 = 14, a = 48; y[2] = 7/24, y[1] = 2. (4) Using direct integration (no calculators), solve for c ( t ) = x 1 (t)* x 2 ( t ), where the asterisk denotes convolution and 3( 6) 1 2 ( ) 5 ( 6) ( ) ( 9) t x t e u t x t u t Probs. (5) and (6) are continued on the next page. Please note that an “Introduction to MATLAB” is provided in Appendix B of Roberts’ textbook. (5) Plot the following functions using MATLAB: a. u[n5] b. rect 8 [n] c. 10 ramp[n/2] d. cos[ 2πn/10] ( 6) Compute and plot the even and odd parts of the following using MATLAB . : a. rect 5 [n+2] b. comb 3 [n1]...
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 Fall '07
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 Characteristic polynomial, Complex number, particular LTI DT

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