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# [20%] Find the general expression relating the charge q(t) on the capacitor in a circuit containing a capacitance (C 1OpF) , a resistor (R = 10 ko) and voltage sour...

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###### [20%] Find the general expression relating the charge q(t) on the capacitor in a circuit containing a capacitance (C 1OpF) , a resistor (R = 10 ko) and voltage source(E = 10 V), given the initial conditions:if i(t=0) = 0 when t = 0.[Recall; i(t) = 490) [Solve for the resulting differential equation using the "Integration Factor" technique, showing all your workings and assumptions mark all final answers clearly] (Hint: Solve for the equation using the variable labels; then replace with

[20%] Find the general expression relating the charge q(t) on the capacitor in a circuit containing a capacitance (C 1OpF) , a resistor (R = 10 ko) and voltage source (E = 10 V), given the initial conditions: if i(t=0) = 0 when t = 0. [Recall; i(t) = 490) [Solve for the resulting differential equation using the "Integration Factor" technique, showing all your workings and assumptions mark all final answers clearly] (Hint: Solve for the equation using the variable labels; then replace with the values at the end) I0ko 10V 1OpF  #### Similar Solved Questions

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