Homework and i have no idea how to attack this... please help me!?!
i am soo lost that i dont known what u4 is for... if someone could walk me thought this. please... see attachment if the problem.
consider the RC circuit shown below with an exponentially decaying voltage source. The voltage is a
function of time as given below.
The voltage source turns on with a voltage of 2 at time t = 4 and then decays exponentially as t increases.
The differential equation for the voltage across the capacitor is
( ).
Suppose the initial voltage across the capacitor is ( ) . Taking the (unrealistic) values R = 1 and C =
1/3 and using V(t) given above, we have the initial value problem
i am soo lost that i dont known what u4 is for... if someone could walk me thought this. please... see attachment if the problem.
consider the RC circuit shown below with an exponentially decaying voltage source. The voltage is a
function of time as given below.
The voltage source turns on with a voltage of 2 at time t = 4 and then decays exponentially as t increases.
The differential equation for the voltage across the capacitor is
( ).
Suppose the initial voltage across the capacitor is ( ) . Taking the (unrealistic) values R = 1 and C =
1/3 and using V(t) given above, we have the initial value problem
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