Starting worki in ccs.., engineering, Other Engineering

1- plot and creat x1(t)=4exp(t/5),x2(t)=Sin(2pift+Pi/2)
2-write a c fucntion to compute convolution of n2 finite series ands plot
3-implemet an FIR filter in c in CCS
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