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Can anyone help me with this?

[tex]Ri(t) + L\frac{di(t)} {dt}=V_{m}sin(wt+\theta)[/tex]

[tex]Ri(t) + L\frac{di(t)} {dt}=V_{m}sin(wt+\theta)[/tex]

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Can anyone help me with this?

[tex]Ri(t) + L\frac{di(t)} {dt}=V_{m}sin(wt+\theta)[/tex]

[tex]Ri(t) + L\frac{di(t)} {dt}=V_{m}sin(wt+\theta)[/tex]

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Hint:

What is the integrating factor here?

What is the integrating factor here?

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[tex]\exp\int\frac{R}{L}dt[/tex]?

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Which can be written more simply as..:?(assuming R, L constants, that is)

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[tex]\exp\int{x}dt[/tex]

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