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Finding Current and Potential Difference in a LCR Circuit

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1. Homework Statement
There is a circuit, with the L and R in parallel and then there is a capacitor as well. There is a switch and a battery source. The E = 12 V and R is 1.37ohms. The switch is closed and the capacitor is uncharged and all currents are 0


2. Homework Equations
That's what I am having problems with, I though the equations for current was:
L: E/R (1-(e^-t/(L/R)))
C: E/R (e^-t/(RC))
R: V/R

But I was not given the L, so I don't really think those are the right forumlas, and I don't know where to try and look for the formulas.
 

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