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[1]  Two parallel plates, each having an area of m^{2} are separated by m . Between the plates, a dielectric with a constant of K= none is inserted. What is the capacitance of the plates? 
[2]  An air filled capacitor consists of two parallel plates, each with an area of m^{2} , separated by a
distance of m . If a Volt potential difference is applied to these plates,
calculate:

[3]  A circular parallel plate capacitor with spacing m is charged to produce an electric field of E= N/C between the plates. What plate radius is required if the stored charge is to be q= C ? 
[4]  When the voltage applied to a capacitor increases from V to V , the charge on the capacitor increases by Coulombs . Determine the capacitance. 
[5]  Three capacitors are connected as shown here. 
[6]  In this circuit, each capacitor has the same capacitance, C= \mu F .
What is the effective capacitance of this circuit? 
[7]  Four capacitors are connected as shown here.
C_{1}= \mu F , C_{2}= \mu F , C_{3}= \mu F , and C_{4}= \mu F . 
[8]  Find the equivalent capacitance of this circuit, given that
C_{1}= \mu F , C_{2}= \mu F , C_{3}= \mu F , C_{4}= \mu F . C_{5}= \mu F , and C_{6}= \mu F . 
[9]  Three capacitors of \mu F , \mu F , and \mu F are connected to the terminal of a Volt battery. How much energy does the battery supply if the capacitors are connected in series? In parallel? 
[10]  Look at this circuit, where C_{1}= \mu F , C_{2}= \mu F , and
V= Volt . Both capacitors are uncharged.
C_{1} is first charged by closing switch S1. Then S1 is opened, and the charge capacitor is connected to C_{2} by closing S2. Find the initial charge acquired by C_{1} when S1 is closed, and the final charges on C_{1} and C_{2} when S2 is closed. 
[11]  Four resistors are connected as shown here.
Here, R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , and R_{4}= \bigomega . What is the equivalent resistance of these resistors? 
[12]  What is the equivalent resistance of these resistors?
R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , R_{4}= \bigomega and R_{5}= \bigomega . 
[13]  What is the equivalent resistance of these resistors?
Given that: R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , R_{4}= \bigomega , R_{5}= \bigomega , R_{6}= \bigomega , R_{7}= \bigomega , and R_{8}= \bigomega

[14]  What is the equivalent resistance of these resistors?
Given that: R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , R_{4}= \bigomega , R_{5}= \bigomega , R_{6}= \bigomega , and R_{7}= \bigomega .

[15]  What current flows in this circuit, given that
V= Volts , R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega and R_{3}= \bigomega ? 
[16]  What current flows in this circuit, given that
V_{1}= Volts , V_{2}= Volts , R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega and R_{3}= \bigomega ? 
[17]  What currents flows in this circuit, given that
V_{1}= Volts , V_{2}= Volts , R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , R_{4}= \bigomega , R_{5}= \bigomega 
[18]  What currents flows in this circuit, given that
V_{1}= Volts , V_{2}= Volts , R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , R_{4}= \bigomega , R_{5}= \bigomega 
[19]  What currents flows in this circuit, given that
V_{1}= Volts , V_{2}= Volts , V_{3}= Volts , R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , R_{3}= \bigomega , R_{4}= \bigomega , R_{5}= \bigomega 
[20]  What currents flows in this circuit, given that
V_{1}= Volts , V_{2}= Volts , R_{1}= \bigomega , R_{2}= \bigomega , and R_{3}= \bigomega . 