Compute the inverse z-transforms of the following complex functions. You can use either the direct formula or the properties and tables on pp. 169-170 of Proakis and Manolakis). Don’t forget to pay attention to the information about the ROC. X(z) = cos(z^-1/2); ROC: |z| > 0 X(z) = z^3 – 2z/z -2; ROC:|z|

103 2 - Compute the inverse z-transforms of the following complex functions. You can use either the direct formula or the properties and tables on pp. 169-170 of Proakis and Manolakis). Don't forget to pay attention to the information about the ROC. X(z) = cos(z^-1/2); ROC: |z| > 0 X(z) = z^3 - 2z/z -2; ROC:|z|

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images - Compute the inverse z-transforms of the following complex functions. You can use either the direct formula or the properties and tables on pp. 169-170 of Proakis and Manolakis). Don't forget to pay attention to the information about the ROC. X(z) = cos(z^-1/2); ROC: |z| > 0 X(z) = z^3 - 2z/z -2; ROC:|z|

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