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    Each of the uncharged capacitors has a capacitance of 25.0 microF. A potential difference of V = 4200 V is established when the switch is closed. How many coloumbs of charge then pass through meter A?

    I am not sure I am taking proper note of the "uncharged" state of the capacitor. Please review my solution and correct if necessary with explanations of concepts I may be misunderstanding (see attached file).

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    This is a parallel circuit so the source voltage, V= 4200 V, will appear across all capacitors.

    Total capacitance for a ...

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    The solution examines uncharged capacitor problems.

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