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3. Solve the problem on the sheet titled "CapacitorCircuit2". Instructions are included in the sheet. Again, in your printout DO NOT include the full set of numerical calculations – just enough to show what you did. a. When the voltage source is first connected to the circuit (at time zero), what is the initial values of voltage at each point and current in each branch. Write the transient charge balance for the capacitor. Write expressions for the current in each branch using Ohm's law.

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well, what formulas can be applied to the situation?
Evrything is in the excel file

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you write the question and also give the answer i can't get what you actually want to know:(

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