Which of the statements below are true for two oppositely charged, isolated parallel plates? (C is the capacitance, U is the stored energy, +Q and -Q are the charges on the plates.) Note: isolated plates can not lose their charge. (Enter ALL correct statements, e.g., BCD) A) When the distance is doubled, U increases. True. Im thinking that if the distance is doubled there is more to store energy in. B) Inserting a dielectric increases C. I have no idea on this one. C) When the distance is halved, Q stays the same. True. I dont think distance will affect the charge. D) Increasing the distance increases the electric field. True. E) When the distance is doubled, C increases. False. It doesnt have any affect on the capacitance F) Inserting a dielectric decreases U. Again no idea. G) Inserting a dielectric increases Q. I just have no clue with dielectrics. Thanks for any help in advance.