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Output Voltage

  • Thread starter Marcin H
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Homework Statement


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Homework Equations


Vs=Vi(1-e^-t/T)

The Attempt at a Solution


I am stuck on B. I am not sure how I am supposed to graph Vo with so little information. Do i just use V=Vo(1-e^-t/T) and find the output voltage for each time increment that is on the original graph. So Vo=1Volt and we have T and we just find voltages from t=-.1s to t=.5s? And then we graph voltage out vs time?
 

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Simon Bridge
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That's right - but why stick to the time intervals shown on the graph, why not choose much smaller intervals?
You may be expected to make sure the tick-marks on the graph match the picture.
 

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