The capacitors in Fig. are initially uncharged and are connected, as in the diagram, with switch S
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(a) What is the potential difference Vcd?
(b) What is the potential difference across each capacitor after switch S is closed?
(c) How much charge flowed through the switch when it was closed?
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3.00 μF , 6.00 μ 6.00 μF 3.00 μF
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