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This is one of the questions I got in my finals, and I couldn't do it back then. I want to find Vc(t) , given the cap is initially charged up to 10V, the switch is then opened. My approach is to find the thevein eq of the circuit, which I would came up with a resistor in parallel with the cap, and then find the function using the expression Vc(t) = final + (initial - final) e^(t/RC).

sounds good?

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# Homework Help: Finding the function of the cap.

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