Answer true/false to the following statements about parallel-plate capacitors. 1) The charges on the two plates of a capacitor are equal. 2) Capacitance is the property of a device that enables it to store current. 3) The capacitance of a parallel-plate capacitor is proportional to the separation of the plates. 4) Charge is stored in the dielectric medium between the plates of a capacitor. 5) Adding a dielectric between the plates of an air capacitor decreases its capacitance. So far: 1) False -charges on the two plates of a capacitor are equal BUT OPPOSITE. 2) False - ... enables it to store ELECTRIC CHARGE 3) False - capacitance is INVERSELY proportional to the separation of the plates. 4) True 5) False - adding a dielectric between the plates INCREASES its capacitance. All incorrect answers I've tried: FFFTF, FTFFF, FTFTF, FTFTT, TFFTF, TTFFF, TTFTF, TTFTT I've tried 8 different answers to no avail. I keep thinking I am interpreting the questions wrong. If anyone can explain any of my errors I would really appreciate it!