1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations Voltage Division v2 = vs * (r2/(r2+r1)) KCL - sum of all currents at a given node is 0 V= i * r 3. The attempt at a solution This is my solution: https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t34.0-12/14962850_1306124986078874_1009698561_n.jpg?oh=f9056525f1013bcfa49c664feeff07e2&oe=581B4244 This is my professor's solution: I understand finding v(t) but when it comes to i(t) I'm confused. First conceptual question: I know the current across an inductor must be continuous at t = 0 but does this also apply to the current through a capacitor at t = 0? I imagine this isn't the case since neither me or the professor's solution point to this. Next question, how is 0 mA the answer for t<0 ? If the switch is closed during this time then there should still be a current going down that path. Was my approach for finding i(t) when t<0 incorrect? I drew the circuit for t<0, under DC regime a capacitor can be treated as an open circuit, I found Rth and found the current of that circuit. Wouldn't the current of that circuit be i(t) for t<0? I know I asked a lot of questions so answering any part of it, if not all, would still be extremely helpful. Thanks in advance!