Before the switch is thrown at time t 0, the circuit /20 16 shown on the right is in the steady state, with or WM inductor current and capacitor voltage both equal to zero. After the switch is thrown, the current 92 through the inductor is described by the following differential equation (current is in Ampercs and C 20 V time is in seconds); 25 mF 0.4 H 3 lim dt i(t) +156.25i(t) 125 dt (a) What are the initial conditions for this differential equation?

59 8 - Before the switch is thrown at time t 0, the circuit /20 16 shown on the right is in the steady state, with or WM inductor current and capacitor voltage both equal to zero. After the switch is thrown, the current 92 through the inductor is described by the following differential equation (current is in Ampercs and C 20 V time is in seconds); 25 mF 0.4 H 3 lim dt i(t) +156.25i(t) 125 dt (a) What are the initial conditions for this differential equation?

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images - Before the switch is thrown at time t 0, the circuit /20 16 shown on the right is in the steady state, with or WM inductor current and capacitor voltage both equal to zero. After the switch is thrown, the current 92 through the inductor is described by the following differential equation (current is in Ampercs and C 20 V time is in seconds); 25 mF 0.4 H 3 lim dt i(t) +156.25i(t) 125 dt (a) What are the initial conditions for this differential equation?

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