Find the steady state values, Electrical Engineering

Question:

Consider the circuit shown in Figure. There is no initial energy stored in the circuit until time t=0 when the switch is closed.

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(i) Transform the given circuit of Figure to the s-domain.

(ii) Using KVL, write down the mesh equations of the s-domain transform of the currents i1(t) in Loop 1 and i2(t) in Loop 2.

(iii) Using the Final Value Theorem, find the steady state values of i1(t) and i2(t).

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