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Posted by Laura on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 9:45pm.

The drawing shows two fully charged capacitors (C1 = 7 F, q1 = 4 C; C2 = 16 F, q2 = 4 C). The switch is closed, and charge flows until equilibrium is reestablished (i.e., until both capacitors have the same voltage across their plates). Find the resulting voltage across either capacitor

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