If i have a response for a circuit that consists of: cos(t) + e(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{-t}+ e^{3t}and if I let t->infinity, does exponential "over-take" cos(t)?

well, the actual question is whether the output/response remains finite as t->infinity...

thanks, as always

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# Homework Help: Does exponential take over cosine?

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