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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Part A and B Please

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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Step 1
CaPven
Capacitanee, C 3.30 uF= 3.30X16F
Capatitante, = 5.304F = 5.30x l5F
Sburce vogtage, Vab 53.0 v
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CaPven Capacitanee, C 3.30 uF= 3.30X16F Capatitante, = 5.304F = 5.30x l5F Sburce vogtage, Vab 53.0 v

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Step 2
Past CA)
TF two Capacitor Connected parallel
wi each ofher then their potental
difference uwill be egual.
So, Poten tial cacron each Copacitor
egual to te Source Voltage
Vi V
Vab 53.0V
bhere, V is poten tial differeenc
acros Capaciter C, and V is the
Potential difference across Capacitor
v 53.o V
53.0 V
2
1
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Past CA) TF two Capacitor Connected parallel wi each ofher then their potental difference uwill be egual. So, Poten tial cacron each Copacitor egual to te Source Voltage Vi V Vab 53.0V bhere, V is poten tial differeenc acros Capaciter C, and V is the Potential difference across Capacitor v 53.o V 53.0 V 2 1

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Step 3
Paxt lB)
Charge
sing the fomula
Capacitu Can be (alculatedl
on
Q =
where, cis the copacitance, and V
potential difference acaoss
CapacPtor
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Paxt lB) Charge sing the fomula Capacitu Can be (alculatedl on Q = where, cis the copacitance, and V potential difference acaoss CapacPtor

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