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In Fig. 24.9a, let C1 = 3.00 mF, C2 = 5.00 mF, and Vab =

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Problem 24.19

In Fig. 24.9a, let C1 = 3.00 mF, C2 = 5.00 mF, and Vab = +52.0 V. Calculate (a) the charge on each capacitor and (b) the potential difference across each capacitor.

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Textbook: University Physics with Modern Physics (1)
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Author: Hugh D. Young Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321973610

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In Fig. 24.9a, let C1 = 3.00 mF, C2 = 5.00 mF, and Vab =