Downloadable eTextbookORIONGradebookAssignmententВАСКNEXPRINTER VERSIONFULL SCREENChapter 25, Problem 069Your answer is partially correct. Try again.A certain capacitor is charged to a potential difference V. If you wish to increase its stored energy by 64%, by what percentage should you increaseUnits percentNumberthe tolerance is +/-2%Open Show WorkClick if you would like to Show Work for this question:SUBMIT ANSWERQuestion Attempts: 1 of 5 usedSAVE FOR LATERemlemblemoblemroblemBbilhete filesanexo M...B.webloc Simple.ipynb.txtRewards1.pdftwo.docxGoogle S...pdf.html

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Chapter 25, Problem 069
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A certain capacitor is charged to a potential difference V. If you wish to increase its stored energy by 64%, by what percentage should you increase
Units percent
Number
the tolerance is +/-2%
Open Show Work
Click if you would like to Show Work for this question:
SUBMIT ANSWER
Question Attempts: 1 of 5 used
SAVE FOR LATER
em
lem
blem
oblem
roblem
B
bilhete files
anexo M...B.webloc Simple.ipynb.txt
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Downloadable eTextbook ORION Gradebook Assignment ent ВАСК NEX PRINTER VERSION FULL SCREEN Chapter 25, Problem 069 Your answer is partially correct. Try again. A certain capacitor is charged to a potential difference V. If you wish to increase its stored energy by 64%, by what percentage should you increase Units percent Number the tolerance is +/-2% Open Show Work Click if you would like to Show Work for this question: SUBMIT ANSWER Question Attempts: 1 of 5 used SAVE FOR LATER em lem blem oblem roblem B bilhete files anexo M...B.webloc Simple.ipynb.txt Rewards1.pdf two.docx Google S...pdf.html

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Given information:

The potential energy(U) is to be increased by 64 %

The increase in Voltage(V) is =?

Step 2

We know that the relation ...

U 0.5CV2
That means under constant capacitance:
U1
=
U2
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U 0.5CV2 That means under constant capacitance: U1 = U2

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