# Show transcribed image text 5. Consider the complex exponential g(t) = e^j pi t (a) Find g(1/2). (b)

Show transcribed image text 5. Consider the complex exponential g(t) = e^j pi t (a) Find g(1/2). (b) Find g(1). (c) Find g(3/2). (d) Find g(-5/2). (e) Plot R{g(t)}. (f) Plot Z{e^j pi/2 g(t)}. Note: The operators R{.} and Z{.} mean the real imaginary parts of the argument, respectively. 6. Plot the magnitude of the signal x(t) = e^j2t + e^j3t Hint: Factor out a term so that you can re-write x(t) in terms of a cosine. 7. Plot the function defined by x(t) = integrate – infinity t u(Tau)d Tau where u(t) is the unit step function.