Question

**A 2 µF and a 4 µF capacitor are connected in series with
an 18V battery.**

**a) What are Q and V across each capacitor?**

**b) Now take those same capacitors, unplug them from the
battery carefully so as not to lose their charge, and connect them
together in parallel instead. What are Q and V across each
capacitor?**

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