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Old 08-31-2012, 01:26 PM
Chiver Chiver is offline
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Default Time Scaling/Shifting of Signals - Order of Operations

I am having troubles with time shifting and scaling of signals, concerning the order of operations.


In this example the scale is done first, then inversion and finally shifting. But I have seen it done differently.

For example if I had this:


and I wanted to do something like x(-2t+5)

What should I do first? or Could it be done different ways?

EDIT: This is what I did:


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