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# A network of six identical capacitors, each of value, is made as shown in the figure.

The equivalent capacitance between the points is

## The correct answer is:

### In the given circuit capacitor’s (1) (2) and (3) are connected in series, hence equivalent capacitance is

This is connected in parallel with (4).

The three capacitor’s (5), (6) are now connected in series.

Equivalent capacitance is

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