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Electrical EngineeringQ&A LibraryI need all parts answered please! If you can'tdon't answera.Express the following waveforms as functions of time in piece-wise fashion.w(t)r(t)2-6-3-4b.Express the above waveforms in terms of shifted and weighted sums of r(t) = tu(t) and u(t).C.Convolve the two waveforms.above.Question

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(a) Piece-wise Fashion

(b) Shifted and weighted terms:

(c) Convolution

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