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Please help me solve this problem. Atleast the correct answer indication is also very much appreciated.

Compute the impulse response h(t) for (dy(t))/dt -4y(t)=x(t)

a. y(t) = e^4t

b. y(t) = 1- e^4t

c. y(t) = e^-4t

d. y(t) = 1- e^-4t

Compute the impulse response h(t)for (dy(t)/dt -y(t)=dx(t)/dt-2x(t)

a. y(t) = e^-2t

b. y(t) = -e^t + delta(lamda)

c. y(t) = e^-t - delta(lamda)

d. y(t) = 1- e^-2t

Compute the impulse response h(t) for (dy(t)/dt +4y(t)=x(t)

a. y(t) = e^4t

b. y(t) = 1- e^4t

c. y(t) = e^-4t

d. y(t) = 1- e^-4t

Thanks for your kindness, time and effort.

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