(Practice problem 7.3, from the book 'fundamentals of electric circuits' by Mathew Sadiku)
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You have two meshes. That means you have two mesh equations. What did you do with the second equation?
Hi again,You claim to have solved for i(t) after doing just one loop equation. What happened to i2? In the next loop equation you claim that i2 = 0. What is that claim based on?
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