Discussion :: Capacitors  General Questions (Q.No.5)
5.  What is the capacitance when Q = 60 C and V = 12 V? 

Answer: Option B Explanation: No answer description available for this question.

Vinayakamoorthy said: (Aug 17, 2011)  
Capacitance=Charge/Voltage(potential difference) C=Q/V Q=60,V=12,C=? C=60/12 C=5MF 
Abinaya,J said: (Nov 28, 2011)  
The formula for capacitance is C=Q/V C=60/12 C=5MF 
Adam said: (Dec 28, 2011)  
Capacitance=q/v; where q=charge,v= potential difference between two voltage. 
Rohith said: (Jan 5, 2012)  
c=q/v q=60 v=12 c=60/12 c5 
Susanta said: (Sep 16, 2012)  
@Rohit is right. 
Kamal said: (Oct 12, 2012)  
Given Q=60 microsecond. V=12v. C=Q/V. = 5 microsecond. 
Raju Trimukhe said: (Sep 30, 2013)  
Q = CV. 60x106 = Cx12. C = 60x106/12. C = 5x106. C = 5 micro Farad. 
Pandurang said: (Oct 9, 2013)  
Capacitance = Charge/Voltage(potential difference). C = Q/V. Q = 60, V=12, C=? C = 60/12. C = 5 micro farad. 
Sakshi Agarwal said: (Apr 18, 2014)  
The formula for capacitance is C = Q/V. C = 60/12. C = 5 microFarad. 
Raghunath Sahoo said: (Apr 21, 2014)  
By the formula, C = Q/V. Here, Q = 60. V = 12. So, 60/12 = 5 micro Farad. 
Dhiva said: (May 28, 2014)  
Generally formula is Q=CV then substitute. Q = 60: V = 12. Q = CV. C = Q/V. C = 60/12 = 5 microfarad. 
T.G.R.Moorthy said: (Jan 30, 2015)  
Formula for capacitance is C=Q/V. Given, Q=60. v=12. Therefore, C = 60/12, C = 5 microfarad. 
Priyanka said: (Mar 1, 2017)  
Here, c=q/v can be used. 
Saroj said: (May 22, 2017)  
Q=CV. => C = Q/V = 60/12 = 5. 
Dhansukh Thummar said: (Jun 17, 2017)  
It's simple. Capacitor equation C= Q/V, = 60/12 = 5. 
Nilesh Pawar said: (Aug 19, 2017)  
Yes right @Priyanka. 
Majid said: (Aug 19, 2019)  
Q = cv. So c=q/v putt value 60/12=> 5uF. 
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