1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data There is a DC circuit with a resistor and inductor in parallel. Graph the current through the resistor vs time and the inductor vs. time. 2. Relevant equations i=i(0)e^(-Rt/L)+V/R(1-e^(RT/L) 3. The attempt at a solution My first thought was that initially current through the inductor would be 0 Amps, while current through the resistor would be V/R. At t=infinity, the inductor would become an ideal wire so all current would go through the inductor. But if that is the case then I'm not sure what the current would be since the circuit would be essentially reduced to a battery and an inductor.