# Problem: The switch in the figure (Figure 1) has been in position a for a long time. It is changed to position b at t=0s.Part AWhat is the charge Q on the capacitor immediately after the switch is moved to position b? Express your answer using two significant figures.Q = ______  CPart BWhat is the current I through the resistor immediately after the switch is moved to position b? Express your answer using two significant figures.I = ______ mAPart CWhat is the charge Q on the capacitor at t=50 μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.Q = ______ CPart DWhat is the current I through the resistor at t=50μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.I = ______ mAPart EWhat is the charge Q on the capacitor at t=200 μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.Q = ______ CPart FWhat is the current I through the resistor at t=200μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.I = ______ mA

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Part A

Charge:

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The switch in the figure (Figure 1) has been in position a for a long time. It is changed to position b at t=0s. Part A

What is the charge Q on the capacitor immediately after the switch is moved to position b? Express your answer using two significant figures.

Q = ______  C

Part B

What is the current I through the resistor immediately after the switch is moved to position b? Express your answer using two significant figures.

I = ______ mA

Part C

What is the charge Q on the capacitor at t=50 μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.

Q = ______ C

Part D

What is the current I through the resistor at t=50μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.

I = ______ mA

Part E

What is the charge Q on the capacitor at t=200 μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.

Q = ______ C

Part F

What is the current I through the resistor at t=200μs? Express your answer using two significant figures.

I = ______ mA

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