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How do you find the initial voltage across a capacitor?

The input and the output are assumed to be the same. The current in the circuit should be is(t) u(t 1), and the initial voltage in theCapacitor should be vc(0). If you want to plot the voltage in the vc(t), you have to do it all the time.

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