CAPA 5 - Capa 5 1. Find the capacitance of the Earth. Take...

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Capa 5 1 . Find the capacitance of the Earth. Take the mean radius of the Earth to be 6.37×10 6 m. (The outer conductor of the "spherical capacitor" may be considered as a conducting sphere at infinity where V approaches zero.) Answer: 2 . Two capacitors when connected in parallel give an equivalent capacitance of 9.08 pF and an equivalent capacitance of 1.56 pF when connected in series. What is the capacitance of each capacitor? Enter the smaller value first. Answer 1 of 2: Answer 2 of 2: 3 . Calculate the equivalent capacitance between points a and b for the group of capacitors connected as shown in the figure below, if C 1 = 5.17 µF, C 2 = 10.5 µF, and C 3 = 1.95 µF.
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Capa 5 Answer: 4 . Calculate the equivalent capacitance between points a and b in the combination of capacitors shown in the figure below, if C 1 = 3.91 µF, C 2 = 7.15 µF, C 3 = 5.19 µF and C 4 = 5.82 µF. Answer: 5 . A parallel-plate capacitor in air has a plate separation of 1.79 cm and a plate area of 24.4 cm 2
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CAPA 5 - Capa 5 1. Find the capacitance of the Earth. Take...

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