Hello, my question is that almost all text books say that a linear system will give the output to a weighted sum of impulses which equals the superposition of scaled responses to each of the shifted impulses. But if we apply the same input which is a weighted sum of impulses to a non linear time invariant system, we will get the same output. Because a linear system and a non linear system are two separate systems only when 2 inputs are SIMULTANEOUSLY applied. But here we are just applying a single input REPRESENTED as a weighted sum of impulses. Is that true?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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