Asked Dec 17, 2019

Is it always possible to reduce a combination of capacitors to one equivalent capacitor with the rules developed in this topic? Explain.


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No, not all combinations of capacitors can be solved as single capacitor.

Step 2

Because all of the capacitor are ...

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