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whu at w=100 the effect of c

_{0}and c

_{2}will not count

also w=200 the effect of c

_{1}and c

_{0}will not count?

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whu at w=100 the effect of c

also w=200 the effect of c

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Is this homework ?

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Well, it's a worked out example and OP wonders about the coefficients. The reason is that this is all about linear systems, and one property of a linear system is that you can write the total response as the sum of responses to the individual frequency components in the input._{0}and c_{2}will not count

also w=200 the effect of c_{1}and c_{0}will not count?

And an input of a particular ##\omega## can only lead to a response with that same ##\omega## plus its very own ##\theta##.

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nders about the coefficie

got it thankWell, it's a worked out example and OP wonders about the coefficients. The reason is that this is all about linear systems, and one property of a linear system is that you can write the total response as the sum of responses to the individual frequency components in the input.

And an input of a particular ##\omega## can only lead to a response with that same ##\omega## plus its very own ##\theta##.

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