Question Solved1 Answer(a) (3 pts) For each of the following signals, determine both energy and power, and classify whether the signal is an energy signal, power signal, or neither of the two. Justify your answers. i. (1 pt) x(t) = e-2tu(t). ii. (1 pt) x(t) = cos(t) iii. (1 pt) x(t) = ej(2t+A/4) (b) (2 pts) Let g(t) = e-ct, where c is a complex number with a strictly positive real part, say c= = a+jb with a > 0. Determine if g(t) is an energy or a power signal (or neither).

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Transcribed Image Text: (a) (3 pts) For each of the following signals, determine both energy and power, and classify whether the signal is an energy signal, power signal, or neither of the two. Justify your answers. i. (1 pt) x(t) = e-2tu(t). ii. (1 pt) x(t) = cos(t) iii. (1 pt) x(t) = ej(2t+A/4) (b) (2 pts) Let g(t) = e-ct, where c is a complex number with a strictly positive real part, say c= = a+jb with a > 0. Determine if g(t) is an energy or a power signal (or neither).
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Transcribed Image Text: (a) (3 pts) For each of the following signals, determine both energy and power, and classify whether the signal is an energy signal, power signal, or neither of the two. Justify your answers. i. (1 pt) x(t) = e-2tu(t). ii. (1 pt) x(t) = cos(t) iii. (1 pt) x(t) = ej(2t+A/4) (b) (2 pts) Let g(t) = e-ct, where c is a complex number with a strictly positive real part, say c= = a+jb with a > 0. Determine if g(t) is an energy or a power signal (or neither).