2013+F+314+Ex+2+Pr_2Bsol

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Unformatted text preview: ther words, there should be no abrupt changes (vertical lines on the trace) of the output voltage between the moments of time t=0- and t=0+. Choices A and B involve abrupt changes (vertical lines on the trace) of the output voltage thus they contradict the continuity demand. The only choice that remains is E. Answer: E © 2013 Alexander Ganago Page 14 of 30 Last printed 2013- 12- 08 6:33 PM File: 2013 F 314 Ex 2 Pr+sol+instr.docx 2013 Fall EECS 314 Exam 2 Solution for Problem 7 [W09 314 ex3 p02s], continued Although it is not required, we can confirm that E is indeed correct by circuit analysis. KVL: −VIN + VL + VOUT = 0 di Definitions, KCL, Ohm’s law: VL = L ⋅ L ; VOUT = iL ⋅ R dt At time t=0- , −VIN + VL + VOUT = 0 VOUT = VIN = 2.5 V At time t=0-...
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