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Differentiate: i = i o e -t/RC where i o is R and C are constant.

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11 months ago

Arun
25211 Points
```							 i = io e-t/RC On differentiating with respect to t di/dt = (io * – 1/RC)e-t/RC Hope it helps RegardsArun
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11 months ago
Vikas TU
13784 Points
```							Dear student The differentiation of e^t = e^t only So in this case the differentiation woud be    - (i0e-t/RC)/RCHope this helps Good Luck
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11 months ago
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