Consider the natural response of a parallel RLC Overdamped circuit, we're required to find the time it takes for the voltage across the Resistor to reach it's first peak.
I got the equation for the natural response and differentiated it to get a maxima, and the time corresponding to it is the time for the first peak.
But my instructors said that there's no peak in case of an Overdamped RLC circuit? Is he right?
Then what about the value I got after differentiating the natural response equation, that should correspond to something, if it's not the first peak?
The equation for the natural response of the Overdamped case when differentiated and equated to 0, to find the maxima/minima, gives a time at which it happens, if it doesn't correspond to the time when it reaches the first peak then what does it correspond to?