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the smallest total capacitance which can be obtained using a6f and a 12f capacitor can be obtained through. series combination,parallel combination y delta combination,one in series and1 in parallel

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i think the answer is series combination ......

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the right answer is series combition...... in parallel combitions ..... the capacitances are added, which increses the Ceq
the last choice is also wrong as we have only two capacitors ...... it is impossible to connect them in series and parallel simultaneously
And there is no mention of Y delta combination in your second year physics book for capacitors...
tell me if i am right here??
You are right in all your postings.

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