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Q2 The charge entering the positive terminal of an element
is given by the expression q(t) = -20 e^(-4t) mC. The power
delivered to the element is p(t) = 2.6e^(-3t) W. If the
solution for v(t) is in the form v(t) =V?e^(at), what is
the value of** ***V for the time
interval of 0 < t < 100ms?*

*The voltage will also be an exponential, but this problem is
only asking for the magnitude.*

Notes on entering solution:

Enter your solution in V

Enter your solution to the nearest tenth of a V

Do not include units in your answer

*ex. 5V is entered as 5.0*