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## Homework Statement

Signal x(n)= (1/sqrt(n)) * u(n)

1.Find the energy of the signal.

2.Is the energy finite or infinite?

## Homework Equations

sum|x(n)|^2 = energy

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cleopatra

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Signal x(n)= (1/sqrt(n)) * u(n)

1.Find the energy of the signal.

2.Is the energy finite or infinite?

sum|x(n)|^2 = energy

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ashwat

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cleopatra

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Can you please helpe me?

And how do I know if it´s finite or not?

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ashwat

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This should help you. As such it gives you the answer as well.

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JamesGoh

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It would be helpful if you could show your working

Also, does u(n) = unit step function with n as the parameter ?

Also, does u(n) = unit step function with n as the parameter ?

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