# hw4 discussion (ECE438BoutinFall09)

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Shouldn't one of the bounds in the first part of question 1 be non-inclusive since if you plug in $\frac{\pi}{2}$ for the top part, you get $\frac{2}{\pi} - 1$ instead of 0 ? - pclay

• The bounds are correct. The expression over the interval $| \omega | \leq \pi / 2$ is the following: $1 - \frac{|\omega|}{\pi / 2}$ It appears that you have read it as $\frac{1 - |\omega |}{\pi / 2}$ -crtaylor

hmmm, yes. yes, it appears I have. lol --pclay

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