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(R1+R2)*C, (R1*R2)/(R1 +R2) *C
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akash97Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.4
@YelenaChaiko: for any parallel or series RC ckt. time constant is given by (R*C) where R & C reprsnts Equivalent resistnc & capacitnance of given ckt/ so correct ans is 1) (R1+R2)*(C) 2)((R1*R2)/(R1+R2))* (C)
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@YelenaChaiko: click on BEST RESPONSE if you got your desired explaination
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time constant is the multiplication of capacitor value (C) and the equivalent resistance (R) ...
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for the first part .. R1 & R2 are in series whereas for the second diagram R1 & R2 are parallel ..
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@Interesado : (vds/ro) + gm*vgs
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@interesado:(vds/ro) + gm*vgs
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Many Thanks akash97 !!!
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@Interesado : wc.......
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