63. (a) If the battery is applied at time t= 0 the current is given by iRetL=−−ετ1ch, where is the emf of the battery, Ris the resistance, and Lis the inductive time constant (L/R). This leads to eiRtiRtLL−=− ⇒− =−FHGIKJετ11ln.Since lnln....,200 10100 1050 00510833−FHGIKJ××LNMMOQPP−iRAVchchΩthe inductive time constant is L= t/0.5108 = (5.00
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