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Combining Capacitors in Series & Parallel

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Solution: Consider the group of capacitors shown in the figure. Find the equivalent capacitance Cad  between points a and d. 1. Cad = 4 C 2. Cad = 2/5 C 3. Cad = 3/5 C 4. Cad = 2 C 5. Cad = 3/4 C 6. Cad = 1/3 C 7. Cad = 5 C 8. Cad = 1/2 C 9. Cad = 3 C 10. Cad = 2/3 C

Problem

Consider the group of capacitors shown in the figure. Find the equivalent capacitance Cad  between points a and d.

1. Cad = 4 C

2. Cad = 2/5 C

3. Cad = 3/5 C

4. Cad = 2 C

5. Cad = 3/4 C

6. Cad = 1/3 C

7. Cad = 5 C

8. Cad = 1/2 C

9. Cad = 3 C

10. Cad = 2/3 C