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**TomMUFC** Hi CaptainBlack, appreciate your response.

I'm having difficulty simplifying the numerator here $\displaystyle (0.5 -0.75e^{-2j\omega})(1e^{+j\omega} + 0.25e^{+2j\omega})$

When I do so I obtain:

$\displaystyle 0.5e^{j\omega} + 0.125e^{2j\omega} - 0.75e^{-j\omega} - 0.1875$

To be honest I don't know if that's right, and if it is, I still don't know what to do with it.

This is my last question of my coursework and I have to hand it in today at 4-5pm-ish (yeah I apologise) so if could help me solve the numerator I would very much appreciate it so I can crack on with the graphs. This thread has revealed how desperately I lacking I am in certain areas of maths, and I'm a 3rd year level Electrical and Electronic Engineering student!