# Answer to Question #32031 in C++ for zyrus

Question #32031

the electrical current, i in amps, that flows through the circuit is given the equation

// i= E(1-e)^-(R/L)t

//where E is the voltage of the battery in volts,

// R is the value of the resistor in ohms

//L is the value of the inductor in Henry,

//t is time in seconds after the switch is closed,

//and e is euler's number, which is 2.718 accurate to 3 decimal places.

// using the formula write, compile and run c++ program to determine the amount flowing in the circuit when t is 0.12seconds

// i= E(1-e)^-(R/L)t

//where E is the voltage of the battery in volts,

// R is the value of the resistor in ohms

//L is the value of the inductor in Henry,

//t is time in seconds after the switch is closed,

//and e is euler's number, which is 2.718 accurate to 3 decimal places.

// using the formula write, compile and run c++ program to determine the amount flowing in the circuit when t is 0.12seconds

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