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A resistor of 5 kilo-ohms is connected in series to a capacitor which are connected to a 9 volt battery. After some time, the charge in the capacitor is 10 micro-coulombs. The battery is disconnected and 26 milli-seconds after the battery has been disconnected, the charge in the capacitor is 3.7 micro-coulombs. What is the value of the capacitor in micro-farads?

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5) A resistor of 6 kilo-ohms is connected in series to a
capacitor which are connected to a 10 volt battery. After some
time, the charge in the capacitor is 10 micro-coulombs. At that
time, the battery is disconnected and 6 milli-seconds after the
battery has been disconnected, the charge in the capacitor is 3.7
micro-coulombs. What is the voltage across the resistor 2.2
milli-seconds after the battery has been disconnected in volts?

A resistor of 10 kilo-ohms is connected in series to a capacitor
which are connected to a 10 volt battery. After some time, the
charge in the capacitor is 10 micro-coulombs. At that time, the
battery is disconnected and 5 milli-seconds after the battery has
been disconnected, the charge in the capacitor is 3.7
micro-coulombs. What is the voltage across the resistor 1.9
milli-seconds after the battery has been disconnected in volts?

A resistor of 8 kilo-ohms is connected in series to a capacitor
which are connected to a 6 volt battery. After some time, the
charge in the capacitor is 10 micro-coulombs. At that time, the
battery is disconnected and 7 milli-seconds after the battery has
been disconnected, the charge in the capacitor is 3.7
micro-coulombs. What is the voltage across the resistor 2.8
milli-seconds after the battery has been disconnected in volts?

1.
A resistor of 4 kilo-ohms is connected in series to a 12
micro-farad capacitor and a 40 volt battery. What is the voltage
across the capacitor after one time constant?
1B.
A resistor of 4 kilo-ohms is connected to a 12 micro-farad
capacitor. The initial charge in the capacitor is 40
micro-coulombs. What is the initial voltage across the
capacitor?

PART A
A resistor of 4 kilo-ohms is connected to a 12 micro-farad
capacitor. The initial charge in the capacitor is 40
micro-coulombs. What is the time constant of the circuit?
PART B
A resistor of 4 kilo-ohms is connected to a 12 micro-farad
capacitor. The initial charge in the capacitor is 40
micro-coulombs. What is the charge in the capacitor after 3
milli-seconds (ms)?

part A
A solenoid with 44 x 103 turns per meter, a cross sectional
radius of 0.5 m, and a length of 0.2 meters is used as to form an
inductor. Then a 8 x 103 volt battery (DC) is connected in series
to this inductor, a resistor of 2 kilo-Ohms, and another resistor
of 8 kilo-Ohms. After 14 milli-seconds, what is the power output of
the battery in kilo-watts?
part Aa.
A battery (DC battery) is connected in series...

A capacitor of 9 micro-farads is connected to a 16 volt battery.
The distance between the plates of the capacitor is increased by a
factor of 3.6 while the capacitor is still connected to the
battery. The battery is then disconnected from the plates, and then
the plates are moved closer by a factor of 4.2. In their final
configuration, what is the charge on each sheet in
micro-coulombs?

4) A battery (DC battery) is connected in series to a 14
milli-henrie inductor and a 4 Ohm resistor. After 6 milli-seconds,
the battery is disconnected. 5 milli-seconds after the battery has
been disconnected, the current in the circuit is 3.8 amps. What was
the voltage of the battery that was disconnected in volts?

A battery (DC battery) is connected in series to a 13
milli-henrie inductor and a 6 Ohm resistor. After 6 milli-seconds,
the battery is disconnected. 3 milli-seconds after the battery has
been disconnected, the current in the circuit is 2.3 amps. What was
the voltage of the battery that was disconnected in volts?

part 1
A 48 volt battery (DC) is connected in series to a 10
milli-henrie inductor, and a 3 ohm resistor. What is the current in
the circuit, in amps, after 2.1 milli-seconds?
part 2
A 29 milli-henrie inductor and a 3 ohm resistor are connected
without a battery. The initial current in the circuit is 10 amps.
How long does it take, in milli-seconds, for the current to be 3.7
amps?

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