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Find the d.f.t of two finite sequences f[n]= -3,-1,-7 and g[n]= 4, 0, 1/2. and find...

Find the d.f.t of two finite sequences f[n]= -3,-1,-7 and g[n]= 4, 0, 1/2. and find the convolution.

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