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Unformatted text preview: EE2011 HOMEWORK # 4 CO3 This assignment is due Friday, Febru:.ry 7 Important Reading: Read pages 119120 and 130131 in your Hambly textbook to
learn how to compute the capacitance and inductance of capacitors and inductors that
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c) What is the capacitor voltage when the circuit has reached steady state, 00(00).;7>@ \/
d) What is the time constant for this circuit, 7'. 4 0 5C; 6) What is the complete capacitor voltage response for t Z 0, vc(t). _‘b
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d) What is the time constant for this circuit, 7. } ‘ L 5.9; e) What is the complete inductor current response for t 2 0, zL(t).
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i) If we replaced the capacitor by two 1 F capacitors in parallel, what would be the new
time constant for this circuit? 55cc j) If we replaced the capacitor by three 2 F capacitors in series, what would be the new
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