Hello Everyone!
I have those two exercises from my textbook involving First Order Circuits with Capacitors and Inductors..
Now, in the first one the exercises wants a v(t) that is not the capacitor one..
For t>0 isn't the whole right part after the switch going away? So isn't it
v∞(t) = 6 ?
But v for t<0?
In the second one the inductor behaves like a short circuit to dc...
for t<0 isn't i=0 ?
for t>0 isn't it 0 again?
I'm kinda confused...
thanks for your help
I have those two exercises from my textbook involving First Order Circuits with Capacitors and Inductors..
Now, in the first one the exercises wants a v(t) that is not the capacitor one..
For t>0 isn't the whole right part after the switch going away? So isn't it
v∞(t) = 6 ?
But v for t<0?
In the second one the inductor behaves like a short circuit to dc...
for t<0 isn't i=0 ?
for t>0 isn't it 0 again?
I'm kinda confused...
thanks for your help
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