1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A DT system is defined by the input-output relationship y[n] = x[n] ∗ h[n], where x[n] is input, y[n] is output, '*' is convolution, and h[n] = u[n+1]. Is this an LTI system? Explain. 2. Relevant equations x[n] - input, h[n] - impulse response y[n]=h[n]*x[n] = Σ (k=-inf to inf) x[k]h[n-k] = Σ (k=-inf to inf) h[k]x[n-k] (convolution sum for DT) Rule for y[n]=h[n]*x[n]: if x[n]=u[n], y[n]=Σ (k=-inf to n) h[k] 3. The attempt at a solution I'm trying to prove if it is LTI system or not. I can prove that convolution sum is linear, y[k]=Σ(k=-inf to inf) A(x[k]h[n-k])= Ay[k] but not sure its time invariant. if I use the rule in the book, I guess x[n] and h[n] are interchangeable in convolution sum so h[n] can be used as input. Then using the rule, y[n]=Σ (k=-inf to n) x[k+1] which I suppose means its time invariant? y[n-n0]=Σ (k=-inf to n) x[k+1-n0], pretty sure this is true but is this enough to prove its LTI system?