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PhysicsQ&A Library25. -3 points SercP11 16.8.P056. My Notes Ask Your Teacher A parallel plate capacitor has plates of area A-6.50 x 10-2 m2 separated by distance d-147x 10-4 m. The permitti ity of ree space ise 885 x 10-12- N . HINT (a) Calculate the capacitance (in F) if the space between the plates is filled with air What is the capacitance (in F) if the space is filled half with air and half with a dielectric of constant K-2.70 as in figure (a), and figure (b)? (Hint: One of the capacitors is a parallel combination and the other is a series combination.) (b) figure (a) (c) figure (b)Question

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