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I have a quick question about certain algebraic properties of convolution. If I have 3 functions x(f), y(f) and z(f), is the following true?

[x(f) . g(f)] * z(f) = [x(f) * z(f)].g(f)

I looked on Wikipedia but there's only a property like this if one of the terms is a scalar, so most likely I can't do relation described above?

Thanks!

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# Associative Property of Convolution?

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