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Cascaded Systems I Consider a system that is itself a cascade of two systems. What is the impulse response of the system. That is, if the input to the system is an impulse, what is the output? Do not use the associative or commutative property of convolution. F G δ (t) ? 1. g ( t ) f ( t ) 2. f ( t ) g ( t ) 3. Both answers are correct 4. Neither answer is correct 5. Don’t know
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Cascaded Systems I Consider a system that is itself a cascade of two systems. What is the impulse response of the system. That is, if the input to the system is an impulse, what is the output? Do not use the associative or commutative property of convolution. F G δ (t) ? The correct answer is: 1. g ( t ) f ( t ) 2. f ( t ) g ( t ) 3. Both answers are correct 4. Neither answer is correct 5. Don’t know
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Cascaded Systems II Consider a system that is itself a cascade of three systems. What is the impulse response of the system. That
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course AERO 16.01 taught by Professor Markdrela during the Fall '05 term at MIT.

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s05_cgs - Cascaded Systems I Consider a system that is...

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