Lets say we have this circuit:

Lets say that it it was still, and at t=1 sec the switch was turned down. Then from 1-5 switch up, and 5-6 switch down again. I calculated currents in this current time:

So, at t=1, I = 5

t=5, I=7.16

t=6, I=6,54

So now how can I calculate inductor voltage for these time moments.

Can i simply use ohms law? How does the graph suppose to look like, does voltage always going down?

And how it is known that voltage of the inductor starts of the 5V?

Lets say that it it was still, and at t=1 sec the switch was turned down. Then from 1-5 switch up, and 5-6 switch down again. I calculated currents in this current time:

So, at t=1, I = 5

t=5, I=7.16

t=6, I=6,54

So now how can I calculate inductor voltage for these time moments.

Can i simply use ohms law? How does the graph suppose to look like, does voltage always going down?

And how it is known that voltage of the inductor starts of the 5V?

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