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rva.raghav
 3 years ago
Consider the circuit shown above in which vIN(t)=1δ(t) voltseconds. That is, vIN is a unit impulse at time t = 0. In the circuit, L=5mH, R1=10Ω, C=33nF and R2=10kΩ. Note that since this circuit is driven by an impulse and there is no other source of energy, the capacitor voltage and inductor current at t = 0 will be zero.answers please
rva.raghav
 3 years ago
Consider the circuit shown above in which vIN(t)=1δ(t) voltseconds. That is, vIN is a unit impulse at time t = 0. In the circuit, L=5mH, R1=10Ω, C=33nF and R2=10kΩ. Note that since this circuit is driven by an impulse and there is no other source of energy, the capacitor voltage and inductor current at t = 0 will be zero.answers please

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