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[tex] E = R\frac{dQ}{dt} + \frac{Q}{C}[/tex]

from here

http://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/semester2/c11_RC.html

You might recognize this as the charging equation for a capacitor

I'm guessing I need to try and get (1/q)dQ or similar somewhere to get the lnQ

but I cannot seem to get the right manipulation

Thanks

Thomas

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# Homework Help: Help me solve this differential equation (Capacitor Charging)

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