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In the following circuit, use either differential equation approach or the step by step method to
find io (t) for t0. State which method you are using.
6 A
+ 20V
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In the following circuit, use either differential equation approach or the step by step method to find io (t) for t0. State which method you are using. 6 A + 20V

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Step 1

Figure 1 shows the modified circuit when t < 0.

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Step 2

Apply KCL at node V1 in Figure 1.

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Step 3

Figure 2 shows the modified c...

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