5) Consider the circuit shown below. The switch in the circuit is moved at t = 0 as shown in the figure. Assuming that the inductor is in DC steady state when the switch is moved, calculate and plot the inductor current i(t) and resistor voltage v(t) for time t > 0. Is there something interesting to be said for voltage v(t) as related to the voltage source V1?

44 10 - 5) Consider the circuit shown below. The switch in the circuit is moved at t = 0 as shown in the figure. Assuming that the inductor is in DC steady state when the switch is moved, calculate and plot the inductor current i(t) and resistor voltage v(t) for time t > 0. Is there something interesting to be said for voltage v(t) as related to the voltage source V1?

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images - 5) Consider the circuit shown below. The switch in the circuit is moved at t = 0 as shown in the figure. Assuming that the inductor is in DC steady state when the switch is moved, calculate and plot the inductor current i(t) and resistor voltage v(t) for time t > 0. Is there something interesting to be said for voltage v(t) as related to the voltage source V1?

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