For a LTI system with input x (t) and output y (t) described with the following differential equation. d^2 y (t)/dt^2 + dy (t)/dt – 6y (t) = 2x (t) Find the transfer function H (jw). Find the impulse response h (t). Find the zero-state response y (t) if x (t) = e^-2t u (t) using the Fourier transform.

34 1 - For a LTI system with input x (t) and output y (t) described with the following differential equation. d^2 y (t)/dt^2 + dy (t)/dt - 6y (t) = 2x (t) Find the transfer function H (jw). Find the impulse response h (t). Find the zero-state response y (t) if x (t) = e^-2t u (t) using the Fourier transform.

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images - For a LTI system with input x (t) and output y (t) described with the following differential equation. d^2 y (t)/dt^2 + dy (t)/dt - 6y (t) = 2x (t) Find the transfer function H (jw). Find the impulse response h (t). Find the zero-state response y (t) if x (t) = e^-2t u (t) using the Fourier transform.

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