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Solve the initialvalue proble. X[n+2]+ 2x[n+1]+2x[n] = 0, for x[1]= 1, x[2]= 0?
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March 3rd 2009,
09:45 AM
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saihat
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Solve the initialvalue proble. X[n+2]+ 2x[n+1]+2x[n] = 0, for x[1]= 1, x[2]= 0?
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