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Two conductors having net charges of +14.0 µC and -14.0 µC have a potential difference of 14.0 V.

(a) Determine the capacitance of the system

I know that the formula for capacitance is C=Q/V, but do I need to convert units, or add the two conductors together, or what?

So far the answers I have come up with are 1E-5 F and 2E-6 F, and they are both wrong...

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# Homework Help: Formula for capacitance is C=Q/V

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