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The question asks, to what voltage would a 60-microfarad capacitor be charged by a 6mA current lasting 10 seconds?

2.

I used this formula, V=1/C ∫i dt

but I'm not sure how to solve the integral.

Thanks for any help

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- #1

- 2

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The question asks, to what voltage would a 60-microfarad capacitor be charged by a 6mA current lasting 10 seconds?

2.

I used this formula, V=1/C ∫i dt

but I'm not sure how to solve the integral.

Thanks for any help

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Your integral looks good. You just need to integrate the current with respect to time and multiply by 1/C.

Note the problem does not state that the initial voltage across the capacitor is zero.

Note the problem does not state that the initial voltage across the capacitor is zero.

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If I did this correctly, I got a very nice even number - VERY even.

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