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I don't know where to begin with this problem. How can I find i(t) if I am not given v(t)?

Since i = C dv/dt , dont I need the function v(t) to solve this problem?

Is it possible to use the function v(t) = v(0) e^{-t/(RC)}, if so, then what would the value of R be?

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# Homework Help: Capacitors and Circuits

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