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Now suppose that VM=2.0 u(t) V and suppose that just before the step, VCP(0−)=0 and VCS(0−)=0. Assume that the value of Cp is what you computed for the last question. What is the value of vS(0+), in Volts?......please anyone
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rva.raghav Group Title
Now suppose that VM=2.0 u(t) V and suppose that just before the step, VCP(0−)=0 and VCS(0−)=0. Assume that the value of Cp is what you computed for the last question. What is the value of vS(0+), in Volts?......please anyone
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