Kirchhoff's Rule Cap-monster maze

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Well, the attachments says it all, the cap-monster and res-monster maze. I want to know if I made a right decision about my answer.

Cap-monster maze

ξ - q/C = 0

Then q = 60(nano)Coulomb.

Res-monster Maze

1 - ξ2 - ξ3 - ξ4 + IR = 0

I = 4A.

Am I right?
 

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tiny-tim
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Hi Mastur! :smile:

oooh, they're fun! :biggrin:
Cap-monster maze

ξ - q/C = 0

Then q = 60(nano)Coulomb.

yes (except for the nano)
Res-monster Maze

1 - ξ2 - ξ3 - ξ4 + IR = 0

nooo :wink:
 
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I already got the Res-monster maze.

The problem is the one battery, which will have a positive sign. So the answer is 2A. :)

And what's with Nano? Hmm? But my answer is correct, right?

Naah, I got it. It's MICRO, not NANO, right? hahaha
 
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he he he :biggrin:
 
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the answer for the cap-monster cage is 15 micro coulombs. dont feel like explainin it cause im a lazy bum but you should def trust me!
 
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garbagesocray

"the answer for the cap-monster cage is 15 micro coulombs. dont feel like explainin it cause im a lazy bum but you should def trust me!"
You are wrong garbagesocray . Try considering a loop in which there is only the capacitor C and the Battery(s).
Happy Solving :)
 

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