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```				   Calculate the equivalent capacitance between the points a and b in Figure P26.72. Note that this is not a simple series  or parallel combination. (Suggestion: Assume a potential
difference deltaV between points a and b. Write expressions for deltaV ab in terms of the charges and capacitances for the various possible pathways from a to b, and require conservation of charge for those capacitor plates that are connected to each other.)
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