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Combinations of Capacitors
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Given that the battery is 40 V and that C
_{1}
= 2 µF, C
_{2}
= 6 µF, C
_{3}
= 0.5 µF, and V
_{1}
= 10 V.
Find the values for C
_{x}
, Q
_{x}
, and V
_{x}
How much charge is on C
_{1}
?
How much charge is on C
_{2}
?
What is the voltage drop across C
_{2}
?
What is the voltage drop across C
_{3}
?
What is the voltage drop across C
_{x}
?
How much charge is on C
_{3}
?
How much charge is on C
_{x}
?
What is C
_{x}
?
How much total energy is stored in the circuit?
What is the total capacitance present in this circuit?
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