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x1(t)=3[u(t)−u(t−1,6)] x2(t)=5[u(t)−u(t−3,5)] Find z(t)=x1(t)∗x2(t).

 Feb 13, 2021
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x1(t)=3[u(t)−u(t−1,6)] x2(t)=5[u(t)−u(t−3,5)] Find z(t)=x1(t)∗x2(t).

 

\(x_1(t)=3[u(t)−u(t−1.6)] \\ x_2(t)=5[u(t)−u(t−3.5)]\\ Find\quad z(t)=x_1(t)∗x_2(t).\)

 

I still do no understand your question but is this what it is supposed to look like?

 Feb 13, 2021

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