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cpuwildman
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I have an RC circuit driven by a voltage source. The resister and capacitor are in parallel. I'm having a problem figuring out the governing differential equation for the current of the circuit. I could figure it out easily if it were a series circuit as the current is the same for each branch, but since the current splits between the resister and capacitor branches, I cannot figure it out. I would appreciate any help.