Ooooh okay I finally get what you mean. As in the switch is on when it's connected and I reversed the terms.
Alright sorry for making it such a hassle xD
I was just referring to the second problem 7.53 where there's a switch. When donpacino asked me the question I assumed he meant the second one since the first one clearly has it's objective defined. Unless I assumed wrong, but I'm pretty sure he was talking about the second one.
Thanks for the...
Well from my understanding both.
Before the switch is turned on would be the final steady-state, and after the switch is turned on would be the exponential function of time; since it decays as a source-free function.
Well from my understanding before the switch is turned on would be the final steady-state, and after the switch is turned on would be the exponential function of time, since it decays as a source-free function.
Oooooh, my mind just exploded from comprehending these basic steps.
I was never told and never understood these fundamentals of current and voltage, nor did I find a reference to understand them; now it makes a lot more sense now,
thank you so much guys!
Alright thank you very much! Sorry, you replied pretty fast so I didn't expect a reply.
That explanation makes sense but now I've come into the exact same problem but with current xD
I couldn't grasp the concept of what happens after the switch is open. The book says it's a source-free RL...
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This is problem 7.45 in Fundamental of Electric Circuit 5th edition.
2. Homework Equations
First off, I want to go ahead and say that I don't need the solution I already solved it.
I went ahead and used Nodal analysis when Vs = 30. I placed a node voltage right...