I was trying to figure out the relation between the equation of a discharging capacitor and the Natural Inverse Exponent function

v(t) = Vo*e^(-t/rc)

A*e(-Ct)+B

I get that A represents the voltage and the C is the inverse of the time constant but i cant figure out what the B stands for

v(t) = Vo*e^(-t/rc)

A*e(-Ct)+B

I get that A represents the voltage and the C is the inverse of the time constant but i cant figure out what the B stands for

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