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Table 4:

Predicted spectral slope $\beta $ in the X-ray band for the two different cases A and B discussed in Sect. 4.1.
Model $\beta(\alpha)$ $\beta_{\rm A}$ $\beta_{\rm B}$
Fast cooling ( $\nu_{\rm c} < \nu_{\rm X}$)      
ISM $_{\rm iso}$ $(2\alpha_1+1)/3$ $0.56 \pm 0.02$ $1.59 \pm 0.05$
ISM $_{\rm jet}$ $\alpha_2/2$ $0.94 \pm 0.04$ $1.52 \pm 0.15$
wind $_{\rm iso}$ $(2\alpha_1+1)/3$ $0.56 \pm 0.02$ $1.59 \pm 0.05$
wind $_{\rm jet}$ $\alpha_2/2$ $0.94 \pm 0.04$ $1.52 \pm 0.15$
Slow cooling ( $\nu_{\rm c} > \nu_{\rm X}$)      
ISM $_{\rm iso}$ $ 2\alpha_1/3$ $0.23 \pm 0.02 $ $1.26 \pm 0.05$
ISM $_{\rm jet}$ $(\alpha_2-1)/2$ $0.44 \pm 0.04 $ $1.02 \pm 0.15$
wind $_{\rm iso}$ (2 $\alpha_1-1)/3$ $-0.11\pm0.02$ $0.93\pm0.05$
wind $_{\rm jet}$ $(\alpha_2-1)/2$ $0.44 \pm 0.04 $ $1.02 \pm 0.15$
The calculated spectral slopes $\beta_{\rm A}$, and $\beta_{\rm B}$ have to be compared with the observed $\beta _{\rm X} = 1.06\pm 0.16$ (Sect. 3.2). For Case A it is $\alpha_1 = 0.34\pm0.03$ and $\alpha_2= 1.89\pm0.07$, while for Case B it is $\alpha_1 = 1.89\pm0.07$ and $\alpha_2 = 3.03\pm0.30$.

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