anonymous
  • anonymous
A 5.0 microfarad parallel plate capacitor has a charge of +49.0 microfarad and -55.0 microfarad on each plate, respectively. What is the potential energy stored in this capacitor?
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4n1m0s1ty
  • 4n1m0s1ty
@Arzola99 did you mean 55 microvolts instead of 55 microfarad?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Micro coulombs, sorry
4n1m0s1ty
  • 4n1m0s1ty
Ah. Question makes much more sense now lol

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Lol, I am sorry
4n1m0s1ty
  • 4n1m0s1ty
You need to use the c = q/v relation to find v. Then use the capacitor potential energy equation
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do I use that equation for each charge and add them?
4n1m0s1ty
  • 4n1m0s1ty
I believe the q in the equation refers to the total charge so yes you would add them
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, I will try that. Thank you!

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