1. When the current is positive, the capacitor will exponentially decay to zero. Hence NOT True.
Which of the following statements are TRUE about the circuit shown below?
1. When the current I is positive, the capacitor charge Q is decreasing.
2. When the current I is positive, the measured VOLTAGE IN 2 will be negative.
3. When the capacitor charge Q is positive, the measured VOLTAGE IN 1 is positive.
4. The capacitor charge Q exponentially decays to zero when the RELAY is thrown to position N.O.
5. The transient currents that flow in this experiment decay exponentially to zero.
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