Unit 03-4 Lecture 1 - Given - (B) (A) (A) In each circuit,...

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(B) ) (A) In each circuit, are the resistors connected in series or in parallel? A. Series in both A and B. B. Series in A, parallel in B. C. Parallel in A, series in B. arallel in both A and B D. Parallel in both A and B.
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AB CD Which resistors are in series? E A. A and B. B. A and C. C. A and E. D. B and D. E. Both answers C and D above. Which resistors are in parallel? A. A and B. B. A and C. C. A and E. D. C and D. E. No pair.
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The Exponential Function f ( t ) = e t / called the time is called the time constant and is the time that it k f .6 0.8 1 1.2 f ( t ) 1 takes for e t to reach 1 e , because fee ()  1 . 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 012345 t f ( t ) 1 e 0 0 e 1 037 3 8 . . df e t  1 , so 1 1.2 f ( t ) 1 dt the slope of ft at t 0 is
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Unit 03-4 Lecture 1 - Given - (B) (A) (A) In each circuit,...

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