# Capacitors and Capacitance – 12

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12. A 10 μF, 20 μF, 22 μF, and 100 μF capacitor are in parallel. The total capacitance is ________.

(a) 2.43 μF
(b) 4.86 μF
(c) 100 μF
(d) 152 μF

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