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lionman

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My question is: A 6v battery charges up a 470 microfarad capacitor in 1 second, what is the final charge of the capacitor? and what is the current while the capacitor is charging?

i know capacitance is charge/potential or c = Q/V

i know charge is Q = CV

Is the final charge in coulombs, 470 microfarad x voltage? or should i convert microfarad to farad?

current i know means charge flowing per second but i do not know how to apply this to the question.

The final part of the question asks for the value of the resistor, is this just ohms law? R = V/I?

Any help would be much appreciated.