### Determine the magnitudes of their transfer functions

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Find the noise-equivalent bandwidths for the following first-and second-order lowpass filters in terms of their 3-dB bandwidths. Refer to Chapter 2 to determine the magnitudes of their transfer functions.

a. Chebyshev

b. Butterworth

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