53. The current in the circuit is given by
0
L
t
ii
e
τ
−
=
, where
i
0
is the current at time
t
= 0
and
L
is the inductive time constant (
L
/
R
). We solve for
L
. Dividing by
i
0
and taking the
natural logarithm of both sides, we obtain
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