Develop and execute a p spice program, Electrical Engineering

Q. In the circuit shown in Figure the switch opens at t = 0. Develop and execute a P Spice program to solve for v(t), and use PROBE to
obtain a plot of v(t).

Hint: Use the following analysis request:

• TRAN 0.1 MS 50 MS 0 0.1 MS UIC

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