Question

Nine uncharged capacitors with equal capacitances are combined
in parallel. The combination is connected to a 6.43 V battery,
which charges the capacitors. The charging process involves
0.000173 C of charge moving through the battery. Find the
capacitance *?* of each capacitor.

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