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Consider a single-circuit element, that is, a single resistor, capacitor, or inductor

Introduction to Electric Circuits | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9781118477502 | Authors: James A. Svoboda, Richard C. Dorf ISBN: 9781118477502 422

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Problem DP7-1

Consider a single-circuit element, that is, a single resistor, capacitor, or inductor. The voltage v(t) and current i(t) of the circuit element adhere to the passive convention. Consider the following cases: (a) v t 4 2e3t V and i t3e3t A for t > 0 (b) v t3e3t V and i t 4 2e3t A for t > 0 (c) v t 4 2e3t V and i t 2 e3t A for t > 0 For each case, specify the circuit element to be a capacitor, resistor, or inductor and give the value of its capacitance, resistance, or inductance. DP 7-2

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Textbook: Introduction to Electric Circuits
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Author: James A. Svoboda, Richard C. Dorf
ISBN: 9781118477502

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