Hello, This is just a conceptual question I have for the image below. http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/7489/44840348.jpg [Broken] If the switch is turned off at t=0, why is the voltage across the voltmeter=20V? I understand that current in all inductors is zero. But wouldn't at t=0, current would need to pass through the first resistor, and therefore a voltage has dropped making voltmeter reading less than 20V? Thank you in advance.