A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1)

A linear shift-invariant system with input 5ad87d3450fcc - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1) and output 5ad87d351a9af - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1) is described by the difference equation: 5ad87d351a9af - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1)

This system is cascaded with another system with input 5ad87d351a9af - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1) and output 5ad87d37ab6e5 - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1) described by the difference equation:

5ad87d37ab6e5 - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1).

What value of 5ad87d3976e1b - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1) will gurantee that 5ad87d37ab6e5 - A linear shift-invariant system with input TIn and output v(n) is described by the difference equation: v(n) = x(n) +\alpha x(n-1) ?

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