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No I mean what is the condition?
How can you just look at it and say for sure that hey this is series/parallel
usually we don't get capacitors of desired value ...
Yeah so we couple them to get capacitors of desired value.But while looking at huge circuits I am having problems figuring out which is series or which is parallel
You need to practice, only then you can make out the circuits properly.
So basically there is no definite rule?
There is, but to get better sense you need to practice.
capacitors behave differently for ac and dc ... seriously i hate capacitors.
So how do I identify one then
Post one of your circuits. I will see if I can help you.
Just a sec Ill see my book
|dw:1333490968722:dw| Capacitance at each one is 4 microfarad.Need to find net capacitance across AB in microfarad
|dw:1333491100452:dw|I'm not sure about your Last capacitor. Current divides itself at every junction.
Or, parallel network
Need to find capacitance
I got the first part.Need help in the second junction
You will need to take q(charge) instead of current. And then apply kirchoff's law in the loop.
wow .. Ishaan looks like a real professional.
|dw:1333491397042:dw| In this part which is series or parallel?How
\[\frac QC = V\] Q is for charge, C for Capacitance and V for electric potential. I think you must know about it.
Yeah I do
Look at the experimentx's diagram he explained it.
Didnt get it fully.Just need to know which is series and which is parallel
let's begin at the here |dw:1333491659145:dw|
Ok got that then?
it has an equivalent of half micro farad
No it's 2
i think it's half ... for series.
let's ask ishaan
1/c=1/4+1/4=1/2 means c=2 right?
those two at series, would certainly make half micro farad
But why?According to the formula it must be 2
Each one is 4
Oo .. i thought it was each capacitor was 1 micro farad
Ok got it thanx guys.
Total is 8microfarad
oo,, yes ... 2 + 6
|dw:1333492283412:dw| Infinite number of identical capacitors each of capacity 1mF
Need to find equivalent between A and B
Is it 1+1/2+1/4.......
Yes, or just 2
i think 1+1/2+1/3+ .... diverges..
How does it go by 1/3
I think it's 4 not 3 experimentx
musn't the next one be 1/4?
oo ,,, didn't see the picture clearly. you are right.
That's all I think.Ill practice more to get the touch of it