Find charge on 3 capacitors.
Join two squares with one common side. At the middle of the common edge, place C3=6uF (micro-farad).
On upper edge of left square, place C1=2uF. On upper edge of right square place C2=4uF. On lower edge of left square, a battery-10V and on lower edge of right square 20 V
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1)sum of capacitance=equivalent C when in parallel.
2)reciprocal addition when in series
3) all other related to capacitance
The Attempt at a Solution
This is the first time I've encountered multiple batteries in a circuit. Note-Current electricity is the next chapter in our textbook, so I'm not very familiar with Kirchhoff's laws etc. i.e. just the basics.
My intuition was that either two currents will flow from both or a single one from 20 V to to 10 V, how can I know for sure?
I'd greatly appreciate some help, thank you
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