# Question 13 1 pts Multiplication in the time domain is: 1st derivative in frequency domain Addition... Question 13 1 pts Multiplication in the time domain is: 1st derivative in frequency domain Addition in frequency domain Multiplication in frequency domain Convolution in frequency domain Question 14 1 pts Laplace and Fourier transforms convert integro-differential equations in time domain to None of the above Trigonometric equations Logarithmic equations Algebraic equations ##### Add Answer of: Question 13 1 pts Multiplication in the time domain is: 1st derivative in frequency domain Addition...
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