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JEE Advanced 2021 Paper 1 Online

Numerical

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In the circuit shown below, the switch S is connected to position P for a long time so that the charge on the capacitor becomes q

The magnitude of q

_{1}$$\mu$$C. Then S is switched to position Q. After a long time, the charge on the capacitor is q_{2}$$\mu$$C.The magnitude of q

_{1}is ________________.Your input ____

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JEE Advanced 2021 Paper 1 Online

Numerical

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In the circuit shown below, the switch S is connected to position P for a long time so that the charge on the capacitor becomes q

The magnitude of q

_{1}$$\mu$$C. Then S is switched to position Q. After a long time, the charge on the capacitor is q_{2}$$\mu$$C.The magnitude of q

_{2}is ________________.Your input ____

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JEE Advanced 2020 Paper 2 Offline

Numerical

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Two capacitors with capacitance values C

_{1}= 2000 $$ \pm $$ 10 pF and C_{2}= 3000 $$ \pm $$ 15 pF are connected in series. The voltage applied across this combination is V = 5.00 $$ \pm $$ 0.02 V. The percentage error in the calculation of the energy stored in this combination of capacitors is ________.Your input ____

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JEE Advanced 2018 Paper 1 Offline

Numerical

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Three identical capacitors $${C_1},{C_2}$$ and $${C_3}$$ have a capacitance of $$1.0\,\mu F$$ each and they are unchanged initially. They are connected in a circuit as shown in the figure and $${C_1}$$ is then filled completely with a dielectric material of relative permittivity $${\varepsilon _r}.$$ The cell electromotive force $$\left( {emf} \right)\,\,{V_0} = 8V.$$ First the switch $${S_1}$$ is closed while the switch $${S_2}$$ is kept open. When the capacitor $${C_3}$$ is fully charged, $${S_1}$$ is opened and $${S_2}$$ is closed simultaneously. When all the capacitors reach equilibrium, the charge on $${C_3}$$ is found to be $$5\,\mu C.$$ The value of $${\varepsilon _r} = $$ _________________.

Your input ____

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