transgalactic
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how to know if the starting conditions at t=0- and t=0+
without doing integration from t=0- to t=0+ method
??
without doing integration from t=0- to t=0+ method
??
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It just means that the function is continuous, smooth and therefore differentiable (deriviatives, should you need to use them, will be valid).can you explain this sentence further
"The 0- inductor current is I0 and the application of a finite voltage can not change
the current in zero time, so iL0+=iL0-."
and why it cannot change "the current in zero time"
and why does it give us " iL0+=iL0-"
??