  # Part A and B PleaseTwo capacitors are connected parallel to each other. Let C 1 = 3.30 μF , C 2 = 5.30 μF be their capacitances, and V ab = 53.0 V the potential difference across the system.  Part A Calculate the potential difference across each capacitor. V 1 and V2 Part B Calculate the charge on each capacitor. Q 1 and Q 2

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Two capacitors are connected parallel to each other. Let C 1 = 3.30 μF , C 2 = 5.30 μF be their capacitances, and V ab = 53.0 V the potential difference across the system.

Part A Calculate the potential difference across each capacitor. V 1 and V2

Part B Calculate the charge on each capacitor. Q 1 and Q 2

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