# Electrical Engineering - Capacitors - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Capacitors - General Questions (Q.No. 5)
5.
What is the capacitance when Q = 60 C and V = 12 V?
720 F
5 F
50 F
12 F
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Majid said:   4 years ago
Q = cv.
So c=q/v putt value 60/12=> 5uF.

Nilesh pawar said:   6 years ago
Yes right @Priyanka.

Dhansukh Thummar said:   6 years ago
It's simple.

Capacitor equation C= Q/V,
= 60/12 = 5.

Saroj said:   6 years ago
Q=CV.

=> C = Q/V = 60/12 = 5.

Priyanka said:   6 years ago
Here, c=q/v can be used.

T.G.R.Moorthy said:   8 years ago
Formula for capacitance is C=Q/V.

Given,
Q=60.
v=12.

Therefore,
C = 60/12,

Dhiva said:   9 years ago
Generally formula is Q=CV then substitute.

Q = 60: V = 12.

Q = CV.
C = Q/V.
C = 60/12 = 5 microfarad.

RAGHUNATH SAHOO said:   9 years ago
By the formula, C = Q/V.
Here, Q = 60.
V = 12.
So, 60/12 = 5 micro Farad.

Sakshi agarwal said:   9 years ago
The formula for capacitance is C = Q/V.

C = 60/12.

Pandurang said:   10 years ago
Capacitance = Charge/Voltage(potential difference).

C = Q/V.

Q = 60, V=12, C=?

C = 60/12.