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What voltage is required to store 6.90 10-5 C of charge on the plates of a 7.00-µF capacitor?

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    C=q/V by definition, so V=q/C=6.9E-5.8E-6= about 12 in my head. Use your calculator.

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    your response doesnt make any sense to me.

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    Divide the desired charge by the value for the plates. Make sure you convert the micro F to 10^-6.

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