how can i prove mathematically if a system is linear or not? i mean, i know the system must obey proportionally law and superpositon, but i dont know how apply into it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

well, if anyone could help me, the systems i need to prove are:

x(t) -> y(t)= Cx(t) + k

x(t) -> y(t)= ∫ (from minus infinite to "t") x(e)d(e); where "e" is a dummy variable

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