A 0.1-F capacitor has a parasitic series resistance of 10 as shown in Figure P3.38. Suppose that the voltage across the capacitance is vc(t) = 10 cos(100t); find the voltage across the resistance. In this situation, to find the total voltage v(t) = vr (t) + vc(t) to within 1% accuracy, is it necessary to include the parasitic resistance? Repeat if vc(t) = 0.1 cos(107t). The argument of the cosine function is in radians. Rs C + vr (t) + vc(t) Figure P3.38

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