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convince ur self that part a,b,c of the figure are identical .find the capacitance b/w the point A and B of the assembly.

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I am sorry that is hard to read for me. Maybe someone else here can help :) electrokid seem good at this.
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microfarad :)
hold on, the three circuits are identical..
and it is a Wheatstone network
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|dw:1367295116163:dw| wat is this i'm nt getting?
capacitive reactance
are all the capacitances identical?
well?
hw to solve it ? all are identical how?
if all are identical, then the Wheatstone bridge condition is balanced. and the capacitor C5 does not function
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i know bt this is applicable to it only nt on other 2?
what do you mean?
they are all the same circuits just drawn differently
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@Ruchi. you see?
hey c1 is parellel to c2
no it aint. where di you see that?
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the three networks you showed are the same exact balanced Wheatstone network and hence have same answer.
ok thks now i hav find the answer and its correct.
yw

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