Please answer the following questions: Part A – Find the initial voltage across the capacitor For the given circuit (Figure 1) , the switch has been at position a for a long time. Find the initial voltage across the capacitor. Assume that. Vg = 35.0V , R1 = 61.0k? , R2 = 27.0k? , R3 = 48.0k? , and C = 50.0?F . Part B – Find the time constant after t = 0 The diagram (Figure 2) represents the original circuit the instant after the switch moves. Find the time constant after t=0. Assume that R1 = 83.0k? , R2 = 83.0k? , R3 = 35.0k? , and C = 21.0?F .

87 6 - Please answer the following questions: Part A - Find the initial voltage across the capacitor For the given circuit (Figure 1) , the switch has been at position a for a long time. Find the initial voltage across the capacitor. Assume that. Vg = 35.0V , R1 = 61.0k? , R2 = 27.0k? , R3 = 48.0k? , and C = 50.0?F . Part B - Find the time constant after t = 0 The diagram (Figure 2) represents the original circuit the instant after the switch moves. Find the time constant after t=0. Assume that R1 = 83.0k? , R2 = 83.0k? , R3 = 35.0k? , and C = 21.0?F .

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images - Please answer the following questions: Part A - Find the initial voltage across the capacitor For the given circuit (Figure 1) , the switch has been at position a for a long time. Find the initial voltage across the capacitor. Assume that. Vg = 35.0V , R1 = 61.0k? , R2 = 27.0k? , R3 = 48.0k? , and C = 50.0?F . Part B - Find the time constant after t = 0 The diagram (Figure 2) represents the original circuit the instant after the switch moves. Find the time constant after t=0. Assume that R1 = 83.0k? , R2 = 83.0k? , R3 = 35.0k? , and C = 21.0?F .

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