Thanks, on a related note Why does each individual plate of the capacitor gets very same sum of demand throughout charging of capacitor?

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Thanks for that “Electric capacitors linked in series, the sum of the reciprocals of the capacitances equals the reciprocal of the blended capacitance ( I guess so,, ?)

If one capacitor has 5. uF (5 microfarad) a lot more capacitance than yet another capacitor, and they are linked in series, what are just about every of their capacitances if the combined capacitance is 4. uF ?”

The equation I came up with is x (x five.) = four.

2(x) five. = four.

subtract 5 both sides

two(x) = -one.

divide both sides by two

= -.5

-.5 (-.five 5.) = four.

1 capacitor is -.5 uF and the other is 4.5 uF

Is this right?

Can you have destructive capacitance?

Great Job!

Very interesting okay so i cant duplicate n past it so im going to try n make it my self….

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okay all all those are meant to be good strains. the “!” are lengthier traces than the relaxation. the “i”s a very little shorter and the its both battery, transformer, capacitor, resistor….

I look forward to your next post