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Problem: Consider the circuit of capacitors shown below. The equivalent capacitance of the circuit is 9.0 μF.Determine the charge stored on the 4.0 μF capacitor. Assume that voltage across nodes A and B is 12 volts.

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Consider the circuit of capacitors shown below. The equivalent capacitance of the circuit is 9.0 μF.

Determine the charge stored on the 4.0 μF capacitor. Assume that voltage across nodes A and B is 12 volts.

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