Consider the circuit as shown. The power supply has a voltage V = 34 V and the capacitors have capacitance C_{1} = C_{2} = C_{3} = C_{4} = 80 µF and C_{5} = 208 µF.
(a) What is the equivalent capacitance of this circuit?
(b) What is the charge on capacitor C_{3}?
(c) What is the voltage on capacitor C_{3}?
(d) What is the charge on capacitor C_{5}?
(e) What is the voltage on capacitor C_{5}?
Use the equation for series and parallel combination for capacitors to find the equivalent capacitance and use that to find the charge and voltage on the other capacitors as shown below
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