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# A unit impulse voltage is applied at t=0 to the RL circuit shown below while i (0-)= 1A. What isthe expression for i (t) ?a)e-10tb)1.5 e-10tc)2e –10td)10 e–10tCorrect answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer? Related Test: Test: Electrical Engineering - 2

## Electrical Engineering (EE) Question

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