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In each of 1 through 4, make a DFT approximation to the

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Problem 14.84

In each of 1 through 4, make a DFT approximation to the Fourier transform of f at the given point, using N = 512 and the given L.f (t) = et cos(t) for t 0 0 for t < 0, L = 4; f (4

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