HW6pg4 - Considerthree capacitors of capacitance 3200_pF...

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Unformatted text preview: Considerthree capacitors, of capacitance 3200_pF, 4600 pF, and 0.010 pF" What maXimum capacitance can you form from these? --/I 17.8 nF What'minimum capacitance can you form from these? -vfl 1‘59 nF Cl C: C: |-—| I V I: (a) Determine the equivalent capacitance of the Circuit shown in the figure. (C1 = CZ = 263 = 12.0 pF) lvli HF (b) How much charge is Stored on each capacitor when V = 20.0 \‘J"? Charge on C1= -VI24D LIC Charge on C2 = .VIE pC Charge on C3 _ .9. EU pC ...
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