Chapter 6. CAPACITANCE AND INDUCTANCE
THE LEARNING GOALS FOR THIS CHAPTER ARE:
Know how to use circuit models for inductors and capacitors to calculate voltage, current, and power
Be able to calculate stored energy for capacitors and inductors
Understand the concepts of continuity of current for an inductor and continuity of voltage for a capacitor
Be able to calculate voltages and currents for capacitors and inductors in electric circuits with dc sources
Know how to combine capacitors and inductors in series and parallel
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