# In the figure below, suppose that the switch has been closed for a length of time sufficiently long enough for the capacitor to become fully charged. (R = 13.0 k, R2 = 20.0 k, R3 = 5.00 k, ΔV = 9.30 V) (a) Find the steady-state current in each resistor. (b) Find the charge on the capacitor.

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In the figure below, suppose that the switch has been closed for a length of time sufficiently long enough for the capacitor to become fully charged. (R = 13.0 k, R2 = 20.0 k, R3 = 5.00 k, ΔV = 9.30 V)

(a) Find the steady-state current in each resistor.
(b) Find the charge on the capacitor.

2021-03-23
With the transient decayed, the circuit becomes a series circuit. The current in R and R3 is equal.
I = 9.3 V / (13.0k + 20.0k) = 282

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