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A 4 u F capacitor is charged to 400 volts and then its plates are joined through a resistance of 1 k W . The heat produced in the resistance.in this qo why can't we heat produced in resistance by i^2 R. we can find i as V and R is gvn

A 4 uF capacitor is charged to 400 volts and then its plates are joined through a resistance of 1 kW. The heat produced in the resistance.in this qo why can't we heat produced in resistance by i^2 R. we can find i as V and R is gvn

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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one year ago
Dear student

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