Hi guys, I'm currently deriving all the equations provided by the my physics professor on the RL, RC and LCR circuits. My trouble is not the physics but the mathematics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example in the RL circuit the differential equation that needs to be solved is the following:

[tex] L\frac{dI}{dt} +IR = V_0\cos{wt} [/tex]

I reconize that you need a integrating factor, however the integral after that step seems ridiculous to solve, if you guys will just help me out with the right step to solve the RL circuit, I'm sure i can solve the rest with ease.

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# Analysis of RL circuit

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