Parallel-plate capacitor

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Two thin conducting plates having an area of 0.50m2 each are placed parallel to each other and 25mm apart. One plate is maintained at +45V while the other plate is at -45V by a d.c. supply. Determine the amount of charges stored in each plate of capacitor. Please help!!! How to solve this???
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Two thin conducting plates having an area of 0.50m2 each are placed parallel to each other and 25mm apart. One plate is maintained at +45V while the other plate is at -45V by a d.c. supply. Determine the amount of charges stored in each plate of capacitor. Please help!!! How to solve this???
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...pplate.html#c2
remembering that the electric field has units of force / charge which is the same thing as PD/distance
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