tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8598036593307255224.post6635890476291917625..comments2020-12-02T22:51:04.398-08:00Comments on AP Physics Resources: AP Physics C - Multiple Choice Practice Questions on Transients in RC and RL circuitsUnknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8598036593307255224.post-70999304710707487502012-04-19T10:30:24.322-07:002012-04-19T10:30:24.322-07:00The discharge current I at time t =3RC is given by...The discharge current I at time t =3RC is given by I = Q0/3RCe = V0/3Re since Q0/C = V0, the initial voltage across the capacitor.<br />The extra C was a typing error which I have corrected already. Thank you very much Steve Kabach.MVhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05910408858112321196noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8598036593307255224.post-51590940166503746942012-04-16T03:19:21.463-07:002012-04-16T03:19:21.463-07:00Is there a correct answer to the the 3rd question?...Is there a correct answer to the the 3rd question? How can current have units of V/3RCe? This is V/s. In your derivation, when evaluating Q/3RC, the expression goes to V/3R, NOT V/3RC, if substituting C=Q/V.Steve Kabackhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04610988997664070482noreply@blogger.com