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I tried to use the equation Vc(t) + Vco*cos(omega*t) in which i got 1*cos(2*pi*10000*0.0025) in which i got -.92104. I don't think this is right, but i am not sure.

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I tried to use the equation Vc(t) + Vco*cos(omega*t) in which i got 1*cos(2*pi*10000*0.0025) in which i got -.92104. I don't think this is right, but i am not sure.

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If that's the case then you can write down Kirchhoff's voltage law for the loop. You'll have a first order differential equation which you can solve for the capacitor voltage.

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so the answer would be 1 since i would do 1volt(1kohms/1kohms)=1v?

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Am I correct in my assumption about the setup of this circuit?

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yes i beleive you are correct. I copy the question just like it is in my pre lab.Tom Mattson said:

Am I correct in my assumption about the setup of this circuit?

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