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Each capacitor in the following configuration is 6.00 mF.
(Refer to attached picture file).

What is the equivalent capacitance between points a and b?

If a battery of voltage 35.0 volts is connected across points a and b, what voltage will appear across the capacitor identified with a star?

If a battery of voltage 35.0 volts is connected across points a and b, what voltage will appear across the capacitor identified with a star?

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