2.4.2 For the signals g(t) shown in Fig. P2.4-2, find the component of the form x(t) contained in g(t). In other words, find the optimum value of c in the approximation g(t) ~ cx(t) so that the error signal energy is minimum. What is the resulting error signal energy?

image 396 - 2.4.2 For the signals g(t) shown in Fig. P2.4-2, find the component of the form x(t) contained in g(t). In other words, find the optimum value of c in the approximation g(t) ~ cx(t) so that the error signal energy is minimum. What is the resulting error signal energy?
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