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# Capacitors in Series and Parallel

## A group of capacitors in series all have the same stored charge, a group of capacitors in parallel all have the same voltage.

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## Capacitors in Series and Parallel

Students will understand and apply the equations governing capacitors hooked up in series and parallel.
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Learn about how capacitances add in series and parallel by exploring the physics behind a touch-screen device.
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## Capacitor in Series

Derives and explains capacitors in series.
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## Capacitor in Parallel

Derives and explains capacitors in parallel.
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## Capacitors in Series and Parallel Quiz - PPB

Calculate the capacitance, charge, and voltage of circuits in series and parallel, much like the use of Ohm's law.
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## Capacitors in Series and Parallel Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Capacitors in Series and Parallel.
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