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1 x(0) = 2, x(−1) = 2, x(−2) = −2, x(−3) = −2, and x(n) = 0 otherwise. 8)n u(n). 3 x(n) = 2n . 4 x(n) = Cej( 8 ) . 5 x(n) = 3 cos πn + π4 . 6 x(n) = u(n). 7 x(n) = 2. 8 x(n) = n2 u(n − 1). 9 x(n) = n. 2 Is x(n) even-symmetric, odd-symmetric, or neither? List the values of x(n) for n = −3, −2, −1, 0, 1, 2, 3. 1 x(n) = 2 sin π5 n − π3 . 6 π n . 5 2 cos π5 n x(n) = x(n) = 3. x(n) = n. 2 sin( π3 n) x(n) = . n 2 sin2 ( π n) . 7 x(n) = . 8 x(0) = 0 and x(n) = (−1) otherwise. 3 Find the even and odd components of the signal.

8 by crosses. 8 by unfilled circles. 7)(−n+2) u(−n + 2) 22 A Practical Approach to Signals and Systems signal can be formed by first folding x(n) to get x(−n) and then shifting it to the right by two sample intervals (n is replaced by n − 2). This signal can also be formed by first shifting x(n) to the left by two sample intervals to get x(n + 2) and then folding it about the vertical axis (n is replaced by −n). That is, the value of the function x(n) at n0 occurs in the reversed and shifted signal at −(n0 − 2).

For example, consider the sinusoid 3 cos( π8 t + π3 ), with A = 3. The angular frequency is ω = π/8 radians per second. The period is T = 2π π = 16 seconds. The cyclic frequency is 8 f = 1/T = 1/16 Hz. The phase is θ = π/3 radians. The phase can also be expressed in terms of seconds, as cos(ωt + θ) = cos(ω(t + ωθ )). The phase of π/3 radians corresponds to 8/3 s. As it repeats a pattern over its period, the sinusoid remains the same by a shift of an integral number of its period. A phase-shifted sine wave can be expressed as a phase-shifted cosine wave, A sin(ωt + θ) = A cos(ωt + (θ − π2 )).

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