1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two capacitors, identical except for the dielectric material between their plates, are connected in parallel. One has a material with a material with a dielectric constant of 2, while the other has a material with a dielectric constant of 3. What is the dielectric constant that a material would need to have if the material were to replace the current dielectrics without changing the capacitance of the entire arrangement? 2. Relevant equations C=Q/dV C=(E_o)*A/s A is area , S is the separation 3. The attempt at a solution since we need to keep the same capacitance, therefore we must not change the dielectric constant there we just add them up and we end up whit 2+3=5.. i tried this way didn't seem to work can anyone tell me where i'm going wrong! plz!