Question

An initially uncharged 12 μF capacitor charged by a 12 V power
supply (battery) connected in

series with a 100 Ω resistor.

i. What is the total energy stored in the capacitor when it reached
the fully charged situation?

ii. What is the total energy supplied by the power supply during
this time?

iii. Does the capacitor store the total energy supplied by the
battery? Otherwise, explain how

the energy supplied by the battery used in the circuit.

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