Hey Everyone, I have a question regarding physics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Say you're given an RC circuit with two identical capictors and two identical resistors and that the two resistors are connected in parallel and the two capacitors are connected in parallel and both are used in the circuit.

How can you figure out what the ratio of the new t 1/2 to the original t 1/2 would be, as in the "half-life"?

Any help is appreciated. THank you in advance.

Sorry if I accidently posted this elsewhere, I am new to these wonderful forums and this mistake won't happen again.

PS: I attempted to use the equations with e and the -t 1/2 but kept getting odd ratios...

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# Homework Help: RC Circuits half-life help

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