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I have this equation: y(t)=[A+m(t)]cos^2(wt)
I going to use the power reduction identity cos^2a=(1+cos2a)/2
I'm not sure how to handle the coefficient [A+m(t)], is a more general form of the identity: Bcos^2(a)=(B+Bcos2a)/2
So my solution would be?
y(t)=[A+m(t)]/2 + [A+m(t)]cos^2(wt)/2
If someone could clarify this, I would appreciate it, thanks.