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Q: What is 5x10 to the seven power?

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Q=CV, with Q=(5x10) = 50 Coulombs, and C=5x10^-6 Farads, therefore: 50 = 5x10^-6 x V V = 50 / (5x10^-6) = 10,000,000 Volts. Seems like rather a lot! Maybe there's a typo in the question? Either way, use Q=CV to give the right answer. is this right seems rather high to (50 volts?)

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