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3. In a capacitive circuit the instantaneous voltage v across

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3. In a capacitive circuit the instantaneous voltage v across the capacitor is given by
v = 12(1-e-0.4t) where t is time in seconds. Using analytical methods find:

a. Find the value of the instantaneous voltage v when t = 5 seconds.
b. Find the time when the instantaneous voltage v is at 63% of the final value.
c. Estimate the total charging time for the Capacitor.
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Category: Engineering
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