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Posted by Mary on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 10:45pm.

The time dependence of voltage across a discharging capacitor is given by the exponential decay. The voltage on the capacitor at time t= 0 sec is 24 volt. If a 220 +/- 22uF capacitor and 1 Mega ohm (5% tolerance) resistor are used in the RC circuit, what would be the value of the time constant (T=RC) and the associated error? What would be the voltage V after t = 100 sec? Propagate the errors and find the percent error in the voltage V.

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