Hi
Please tell me which current waveform is correct. Thank you for the help.
Regards
PG
Please tell me which current waveform is correct. Thank you for the help.
Regards
PG
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Neither is correct. You may be getting confused by notation.Hi
Please tell me which current waveform is correct. Thank you for the help.
Regards
PG
I think 2 mA is correct if the input voltage is in milliVolts and not Volts. I wasn't sure what the units are. So basically, you seemed to have done a calculation for t=0.1 s correctly. Notice how you did the integral with 0.1 in the upper limit of the integral. That's why it came out correctly. So, now to find other values with t<0.1 s, you plug in different values of t. Rather than doing this over and over, you can simply solve using t in the upper limit and then your final formula is valid for all t in the range of 0 to 0.1 s.Isn't my answer, 2mA, correct for 0< t <0.1?
That one is even easier. Remember integral just means area under the curve. So, you can calculate the area of a rectangle with no trouble. However, to do it more formally, you would apply the same integral formula.I don't know how else I can integrate the v(t)=2/1000 over the interval 0.1< t <0.2. Could you please help me with it?
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