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A 1.50-µF capacitor charged to 40.0 V and a 2.40-µF capacitor charged to 15.0 V are connected to each other, with the positive plate of each connected to the negative plate of the other. What is the final charge on the 1.50-µF capacitor

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experiment dude u multitask like crazy
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and we have formula, Q = CV I suppose. Let's calculate the charges on both.

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yea i got 5 minutes to submit it...time to throw up an airball and hope for the best lol
well, Calculate charges on both ,,, subtract the charges. and distribute the charges between them proportional to their capacitance.
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