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    First order DE

    L di/dt + Ri = E , find i interms of t given that i=0 when t=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by scifreak View Post
    L di/dt + Ri = E , find i interms of t given that i=0 when t=0
    \displaystyle \frac{di}{dt} + \frac{R}{L} i = \frac{E}{L}.

    Now use the integrating factor method. If you need more help, please show your working and say where you get stuck.
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