The switch in the circuit shown has been closed for a long time. The switch opens at t = 0. For t >= 0+: a)find vo(t) as a function of Ig, R1, R2, and L. b) explain what happens to vo(t) as R2 gets larger. c)find vSW as a function of Ig, R1, R2, and L. d) explain what happens to vSW as R2 gets larger.

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images - The switch in the circuit shown has been closed for a long time. The switch opens at t = 0. For t >= 0+: a)find vo(t) as a function of Ig, R1, R2, and L. b) explain what happens to vo(t) as R2 gets larger. c)find vSW as a function of Ig, R1, R2, and L. d) explain what happens to vSW as R2 gets larger.

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