A circuit contains two resistors (10 Ω and 20Ω) and two capacitors (12 µF and 6 µF) connected to a 6 V battery. The circuit has been connected for a long time.

See attached file.

a. Calculate the total capacitance of the circuit.

b. Calculate the current in the 10 Ω resistor.

c. Calculate the potential difference between points A and B.

d. Calculate the charge stored on one plate of the 6µF capacitor.

e. If the wire is cut at point P. Will the potential difference between points A and B increase, decrease, of remain the same? Explain.

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A circuit contains two resistors (10 â¦ and 20â¦) and two capacitors

(12 ÂµF and 6 ÂµF) connected to a 6 V battery. The circuit has been

connected for a long time.

6V Battery

â¦10 A

12ÂµF

6ÂµF P

20â¦ B

Calculate the total capacitance of the circuit.

Calculate the current in the 10 â¦ resistor.

Calculate the potential difference between points A and B.

Calculate the charge stored on one plate of the 6ÂµF capacitor.

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point P. Will the potential difference between points A and B increase,

decrease, of remain the same? Explain.

See attached file.

a. Calculate the total capacitance of the circuit.

b. Calculate the current in the 10 Ω resistor.

c. Calculate the potential difference between points A and B.

d. Calculate the charge stored on one plate of the 6µF capacitor.

e. If the wire is cut at point P. Will the potential difference between points A and B increase, decrease, of remain the same? Explain.

See attached file for full problem description.

A circuit contains two resistors (10 â¦ and 20â¦) and two capacitors

(12 ÂµF and 6 ÂµF) connected to a 6 V battery. The circuit has been

connected for a long time.

6V Battery

â¦10 A

12ÂµF

6ÂµF P

20â¦ B

Calculate the total capacitance of the circuit.

Calculate the current in the 10 â¦ resistor.

Calculate the potential difference between points A and B.

Calculate the charge stored on one plate of the 6ÂµF capacitor.

V

Ð¢

Ð¤

point P. Will the potential difference between points A and B increase,

decrease, of remain the same? Explain.

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