2. Write MATLAB code to plot the signals in Problem 1. . Scale your time axis so that a sufficient amount of the signal is being plotted. Use subplot to give 4 plots per page; label your plots with ’Time (sec)’ on the x-axis for the continuous time signals and ’n’ for discrete time signals. The y-axis should be labeled ’x(t)’ or ’x[n]’; the title should be the problem number, for example ’a)’.

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