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Students perform an experiment using a circuit that contains the two parallel plate capacitors C1=10μF and C2=40μF. Come up with a hypothesis regarding the relative magnitude of charges Q1 and Q2 stored on charges C1 and C2, respectively, when the circuit reaches steady state.

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