Two capacitors connected in parallel produce an equivalent capacitance of 45.0 μF but when connected in series the equivalent capacitance is only 4.4 μF .
What is the individual capacitance of each capacitor?
Enter your answers in ascending order. Express your answers using two significant figures separated by a comma.
Let the capacitance be C_{1} and C_{2}
In parallel connection
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In Series connection
From (1)
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Put above equation in (1)
Solve the quadratic equation using a calculator
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