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First order RC circuit

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The switch opens at t=0. Find an expression for V(t) and sketch to scale versus time.

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At t = 0, v(t) =0 and since capacitor voltage cannot change instantaneously, the current 1 mA goes all thro' ...

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A first order RC circuit is analyzed in the solution. A calculate for V(t) as t=0 is calculated. A graph of scale versus time is included.

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