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Hey guys I was just studying for finals and I came across something in my textbook that either wasn't explained properly or something I just don't get.
So this page explains that the coefficient of y_n[k] is A_0, which is represented by b_0/a_0, I can see that a_0 is determined by multiplying the characteristic modes of the equation, but I'm not sure where b_0 comes from. Thanks for any clarification.
So this page explains that the coefficient of y_n[k] is A_0, which is represented by b_0/a_0, I can see that a_0 is determined by multiplying the characteristic modes of the equation, but I'm not sure where b_0 comes from. Thanks for any clarification.
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