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ketz

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Three conducting plates, each of area A, are connected as shown. (a) Are the two capacitos formed connected in series or in parallel? (b) Determine capacitance C as a function of d1, d2, and A. Assume d1 + d2 is much less than the dimensions of the plates.

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  1. ketz
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  2. Algebraic!
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    parallel, it's equivalent to: |dw:1348675571791:dw|

  3. ketz
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    What about part (B)??

  4. Algebraic!
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    C in terms of A and d, for a parallel plate capacitor... what is it?

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    (epsilon zero*A)/(d1+d2)

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    Solve this question.

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