where τL= L/Ris the inductive time constant and εis the battery emf. To calculate the time at which i= 0.9990/R, we solve for t: () ()()/0.9901ln 0.0010//6.91.LtLettRRττ−=−⇒=−⇒=51. Starting with zero current at
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