Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by tquiva, Dec 23, 2010.
Is my answer correct?
Looks OK, except you evaluated H(∞) at s=1. You should evaluate at s=jω, where ω=∞.
when I evaluate it for ∞, would I just plus in any number greater than 0 for s? was my answer correct?
No, you can't substitute a finite number for ∞. Infinity is what it is. Infinite means not finite.
Just remember that ∞ plus or minus any number is still ∞. Also remember that 1/∞=0. You answer of H(∞)≈0 is almost, but not quite correct. I'll let you come back and tell us what you did wrong.
A bit offtopic, but, why did you change your avatar, Ron? Is that you on the new one?
I just got bored with the old one (no BS). And yeah, that's me. I am well preserved.