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## Homework Statement

So the problem asks to find the impulse response h(t) provided y(t) = integral from -infinity to t of e^-(t-tau)*x(tau-2)dtau

## Homework Equations

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## The Attempt at a Solution

I understand that the way to begin this problem is to substitute delta(t) for x(t). Therefore the equation becomes y(t) = integral from -infinity to t of e^-(t-tau)*delta(tau-2)dtau

However, at this point I am unsure of how to begin solving the integral.

Thanks for any help.