(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Graph of x(t) = 9e^-2t for t>=0 and y(t) = 4e^(-9*pi*t).

Is my matlab code correct? I did it by hand and I'm getting a different answer, so I dunno which one is the correct one... if my hand one is correctly done or if the matlab one is correct. I'm learning matlab on my own since our professor doesnt require it... he thinks that we'll rely on it too much, but here's my attempt @ it.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

t = 1:7;

x = 9*exp(-2*t);

v = 4*exp(-9*pi*t);

a = conv(x,v);

plot(t,a(1:length(t)))

xlabel('values for t')

ylabel('x(t) * v(t) value')

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# Matlab code looking good? EE_Signals

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