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# Given the discrete input signal x[n] (2) below, assuming all initial conditions

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Given the discrete input signal x[n] (2) below, assuming all initial conditions are 0, compute and plot the
output y[n], using the recursive solution method. You will not receive points for using another method.
Recursive solution method is covered in Lecture 13. all of things will be in the file that I attach it below.and please make this assignment as m.file to open it with my teacher and me.
eel4102___fall_2018___matlab_assignment_6.pdf

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EEL4102 2013; Fall 2018 2013; Matlab Assignment 6
For all the requested figures below, use a discrete time range of n = [0,50] on the x-axis.
Remember your script should be self-sufficient and run without any errors to receive any points.
Question 1. You are given a discrete time system (1) below:
(1D438; 2212; 0.3)(1D438; 2212; 0.4)(1D438; 2212; 0.5)1D466;[1D45B;] = (1 2212; 31D438;)1D465;[1D45B;]
(1D7CF;)
Given the discrete input signal x[n] (2) below, assuming all initial conditions are 0, compute and plot the
output y[n], using the recursive solution method. You will not receive points for using another method.
Recursive solution method is covered in Lecture 13. Please do not forget to label your figure properly.
1D465;[1D45B;] = sin ( 1D70B;
1D45B;
) 1D462;[1D45B;]
32
(1D7D0;)
Note: Use a stem plot, with the help of the built in Matlab function 201C;stem()201D; in order to properly represent
a discrete signal on a figure. 201C;plot()201D; function is not suitable for discrete signals. You can find usage details