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2. Given that you need to find the current at time, t, and you know the initial current and time constant, which equation do you use?

  • V=IR
  • t = RC
  • Q=It
  • I = Io e^-t/RC
  • P=VI
  • V = Vo e^-t/RC

3. Is this equation correct: E = CV^2

  • False: it's E = 1/2CV^2
  • False: it's E = 1/2CV
  • True

4. Is this the correct equation: F=EQ?

  • True
  • False: it's E=V/Q
  • False: it's F=E/Q
  • False: it's F=Q/E

5. Is this equation correct: C=QV

  • True
  • False: it's C=Q/V
  • False: it's C=V/Q

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