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CalculusMultivariable CalculusElectrical Circuits In Exercises 29 and 30, use the electrical circuit differentialequation d 2 q d t 2 + ( R L ) d q d t + ( 1 L C ) q = ( 1 L ) E ( t ) where R is theresistance (in ohms), C is the capacitance(in farads), L is theinductance (in henrys), E ( t )is the electromotiveforce (in volts), and q is the charge on thecapacitor (in coulombs).Find the charge q asa function of time t for the electrical circuit described. Assume that q ( 0 ) = 0 and q ' ( 0 ) = 0 . R = 20 , C = 0.02 , L = 2 , E ( t ) = 12 sin 5 tBuyFind*launch*

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Chapter 16.3, Problem 29E

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Electrical Circuits

In Exercises 29 and 30, use the electrical circuit differentialequation

where *R* is theresistance (in ohms),*C* is the capacitance(in farads), *L* is theinductance (in henrys),*E*(*t*)is the electromotiveforce (in volts), and *q* is the charge on thecapacitor (in coulombs).Find the charge *q* asa function of time *t* for the electrical circuit described. Assume that

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