i= v/r (1-e^-Rt/L) How would i go about differentiating this formula to get di/dt? Would I use the product rule or another rule?
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use chain rule for differentiating i=v/r(1-e^(-rt/l)) di/dt=(r/l)*e^(-rt/l)
That is not quite correct. prasum forgot the initial v/r.
correct the answer is di/dt=(v/l)*e^(-rt/l)
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