Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH152/April 2016/Question A 26
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Question A 26 

Questions A25 and A26 concern the circuits above. In the left diagram, is the current through the current source and is the voltage across it, to be determined. A26: The left circuit above has solution with all currents in Amps and potentials in Volts. Use this information to derive a differential equation system for , , and in the right hand circuit where the two capacitors are 2 Farads and the inductor is 0.1 Henry. 
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Hint 

Recall that where are capacitances while is inductance. 
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