# Two capacitors C, and C2 are connected to a voltage source as shown. Capacitor C, has a larger capacitance than capacitor C2, i.e., C, > C2 .Incorrect The voltage drop across both capacitors is equal.Incorrect The voltage drop across C, is smaller than across C.Correct: The voltage drop across C, is smaller than across C2.Computer's answer now shown above. Incorrect. Tries 2/2 Previous TriesIncorrect The charge on C, is larger than on C2.Correct: The charge is the same on both capacitors.Incorrect The charge on C is smaller than on C2.Computer's answer now shown above. You are correct.Previous TriesYour receipt no. is 163-5795 eIf C1=600µF and C2=150HF, what is the total capacitance? 1.20x10-4 FComputer's answer now shown above. You are correct. Previous TriesYour receipt no. is 163-4869 OIf the voltage source has V=6 Volts, what is the voltage drop AV1 across capacitor C;?Submit Answer Tries 0/2

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1 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseTwo capacitors C, and C2 are connected to a voltage source as shown. Capacitor C, has a larger capacitance than capacitor C2, i.e., C, > C2 . Incorrect The voltage drop across both capacitors is equal. Incorrect The voltage drop across C, is smaller than across C. Correct: The voltage drop across C, is smaller than across C2. Computer's answer now shown above. Incorrect. Tries 2/2 Previous Tries Incorrect The charge on C, is larger than on C2. Correct: The charge is the same on both capacitors. Incorrect The charge on C is smaller than on C2. Computer's answer now shown above. You are correct. Previous Tries Your receipt no. is 163-5795 e If C1=600µF and C2=150HF, what is the total capacitance? 1.20x10-4 F Computer's answer now shown above. You are correct. Previous Tries Your receipt no. is 163-4869 O If the voltage source has V=6 Volts, what is the voltage drop AV1 across capacitor C;? Submit Answer Tries 0/2 fullscreen
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Step 1

Given:

C1 = 600 µF

C2 = 150 µF

voltage source has = 6 V.

Step 2

the voltage across the capacitor C1 will be, Step 3

the voltage V1 will be, ...

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