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Current = A (Ampere)

i(t)=z(e^t/(RC))

where z is the initial current at t=0, R is the resistance in Ohms and C is the capacitance expressed in secondary units as F (Farad)

- Express the units of F in terms of seconds and ohms

So, this is what I tried to do, tell me where I went wrong

A = A e^(s/F-Ohms)

1 = e^(s/F-Ohms)

ln(1) = s/F-Ohms

0 = s/F-Ohms

F = 0

I obviously did something wrong, so any help would be apreciated, thank you!

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# Homework Help: Units problem

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