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Assume you want to increase the maximum operating voltage of a parallel plate capacitor. Describe how you can do that with a fixed plate separation.

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q=cv...........  c=keA/d for parallal plate capacitor............... to increse v you should decrease c..........  and u would do that by increasing  d, decreasing A and e............ [ e ] means fsilonnot........................

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