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Capacitor C1=4.0 microF is connected in parallel to the series combination of capacitors C2=13.0 microF anf C3=14.0 microF. This combination if connected to a battery of V=15.0 V. Find potential difference on capacitor C3.

Answer #1

In question ask only potential
across C_{3} is equal to

V_{3} = (13×15)÷27 = 7.22 volt

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