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A 14μ F capacitor is joined in series with a 30μ F capacitor and a 12...

A 14μ F capacitor is joined in series with a 30μ F capacitor and a 12 Volts battery.

What is the potential difference across the first capacitor?

What is the potential difference across the second capacitor?

What is the charge on the first capacitor?

What is the charge on the second capacitor?

How much energy is stored by the first capacitor?

How much energy is stored by the second capacitor?

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