anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey can u help me in H6P4 question 2 i used V= Vo*e^(-t/(r2*c)) but didnt get a tick : R1=10.0kΩ, R2=22.0kΩ, C=120.0μF, and V=18.0V.
MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Have you done the tutorials?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you using the Vo that you got from part a?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You must to use the Vo from part 1, and time equals 1, cuz we are using the delt t, so t=2-1, t=1s. And the capacitance must be in Farad.

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