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Posted by Conor on Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 6:24pm.

A 2.20 F capacitor (#1) is charged to 942 V and a 6.41 F capacitor (#2) is charged to 657 V. These capacitors are then disconnected from their batteries. Next the positive plates are connected to each other and the negative plates are connected to each other. What will be the potential difference across each and the charge on each? [Hint: Charge is conserved.] It wants final charge and final voltage

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