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    Applying the method of separation of variables.

    The Equation :-

    iR + L \frac{di}{dt} = E where R,L and E are constants arises in electrical circuit theory.This equation can be solved by separation of variables. Find the solution which satisfies the condition i(0) = 0


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    Re: Applying the method of separation of variables.

    Yes, this equation is separable...what attempts have you made at separation of variables?
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