# Capacitance of the capacitors

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- Q1What is capacitance?The ability of a capacitor to resist electric current.The ability of a capacitor to store electric charge.The ability of a capacitor to produce electric charge.The ability of a capacitor to generate electric voltage.30s
- Q2Which of the following factors affects the capacitance of a capacitor?The area of the capacitor plates.The thickness of the capacitor plates.The length of the capacitor plates.30s
- Q3Which of the following factors does NOT affect the capacitance of a capacitor?The distance between the capacitor plates.The voltage applied to the capacitor.The dielectric constant of the material between the capacitor plates.The size of the capacitor plates.30s
- Q4What is the unit of capacitance?JouleWattFaradOhm30s
- Q5Which of the following statements is true about the capacitance of capacitors in series?The total capacitance remains the same as the smallest individual capacitance.The total capacitance is greater than the sum of the individual capacitances.The total capacitance in series is less than the smallest individual capacitance.The total capacitance is equal to the sum of the individual capacitances.30s
- Q6What is the formula for calculating the capacitance of a capacitor?C = Q*IC = Q/VC = R/VC = V/Q30s
- Q7How does the distance between the capacitor plates affect the capacitance?As the distance increases, the capacitance increases.The distance between the plates does not affect the capacitance.As the distance increases, the capacitance decreases.The capacitance remains constant regardless of the distance between the plates.30s
- Q8Which of the following factors can increase the capacitance of a capacitor?Decreasing the voltage applied to the capacitor.Increasing the surface area of the capacitor plates.Using a non-polar dielectric material.Increasing the distance between the capacitor plates.30s
- Q9What is the formula for calculating the capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor?C = Q/VC = P/VC = R/IC = εA/d30s
- Q10When capacitors are connected in series, which of the following is true?The total capacitance decreasesThe total capacitance increasesThe voltage across each capacitor decreasesThe total capacitance remains the same30s
- Q11Which of the following is true when capacitors are connected in parallel?The total capacitance increasesThe total capacitance decreasesThe voltage across each capacitor decreasesThe total capacitance remains the same30s
- Q12When capacitors are connected in series, how does the total voltage across the capacitors compare to the voltage across each individual capacitor?The total voltage across the capacitors is greater than the voltage across each individual capacitorThe total voltage across the capacitors is equal to the sum of the voltages across each individual capacitorThe total voltage across the capacitors is less than the voltage across each individual capacitorThe total voltage across the capacitors is equal to the voltage across one of the capacitors30s
- Q13When capacitors are connected in series, how does the charge on each individual capacitor compare to the total charge?The charge on each individual capacitor is the same as the total chargeThe charge on each individual capacitor is less than the total chargeThe charge on each individual capacitor is greater than the total chargeThe charge on each individual capacitor is zero30s
- Q14When capacitors are connected in parallel, how does the total capacitance compare to the capacitance of each individual capacitor?The total capacitance is greater than the capacitance of each individual capacitorThe total capacitance is less than the capacitance of each individual capacitorThe total capacitance is equal to the capacitance of one of the capacitorsThe total capacitance is equal to the sum of the capacitances of each individual capacitor30s
- Q15When capacitors are connected in series, how does the total energy stored compare to the energy stored in each individual capacitor?The total energy stored is less than the energy stored in each individual capacitorThe total energy stored is greater than the energy stored in each individual capacitorThe total energy stored is zeroThe total energy stored is equal to the energy stored in each individual capacitor30s