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Given:

Area (A) = 0.4 m^2

Separation (d) = 3 mm = 0.003 m

Voltage (V) = 200 V

Frequency (f) = 60 Hz

Current (I) = 40 micro amperes = 40 x 10^-6 A

First, we need to calculate the initial capacitance (C) using the formula:

C = (ε0 * εr * A) / d

Where:

ε0 = Permittivity of free space = 8.85 x 10^-12 F/m

εr = Dielectric constant

A = Area = 0.4 m^2

d = Separation = 0.003 m

Plugging in the values, we get:

C = (8.85 x 10^-12 * εr * 0.4) / 0.003

Now, we can calculate the dielectric constant (εr) using the given values of voltage, frequency, and current:

εr = (I * d) / (2 * π * f * A * V)

Plugging in the values, we get:

εr = (40 x 10^-6 * 0.003) / (2 * π * 60 * 0.4 * 200)

Next, we need to calculate the new capacitance (C') if half of the dielectric is removed. The new capacitance can be calculated using the formula:

C' = (ε0 * εr * A) / (d/2)

Plugging in the values, we get:

C' = (8.85 x 10^-12 * εr * 0.4) / (0.003 / 2)

Now, you can calculate the values of dielectric constant (εr) and the new capacitance (C') using the above formulas.

Area (A) = 0.4 m^2

Separation (d) = 3 mm = 0.003 m

Voltage (V) = 200 V

Frequency (f) = 60 Hz

Current (I) = 40 micro amperes = 40 x 10^-6 A

First, we need to calculate the initial capacitance (C) using the formula:

C = (ε0 * εr * A) / d

Where:

ε0 = Permittivity of free space = 8.85 x 10^-12 F/m

εr = Dielectric constant

A = Area = 0.4 m^2

d = Separation = 0.003 m

Plugging in the values, we get:

C = (8.85 x 10^-12 * εr * 0.4) / 0.003

Now, we can calculate the dielectric constant (εr) using the given values of voltage, frequency, and current:

εr = (I * d) / (2 * π * f * A * V)

Plugging in the values, we get:

εr = (40 x 10^-6 * 0.003) / (2 * π * 60 * 0.4 * 200)

Next, we need to calculate the new capacitance (C') if half of the dielectric is removed. The new capacitance can be calculated using the formula:

C' = (ε0 * εr * A) / (d/2)

Plugging in the values, we get:

C' = (8.85 x 10^-12 * εr * 0.4) / (0.003 / 2)

Now, you can calculate the values of dielectric constant (εr) and the new capacitance (C') using the above formulas.

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Sep 4

- Area, A = 0.4 m²

- Distance between plates, d = 3 mm = 0.003 m

- Voltage, V = 200 V

- Frequency, f = 60 Hz

- Current, I = 40 μA = 40 × 10^-6 A

C = Q / V

Where Q is the charge on the capacitor, V is the voltage across the capacitor, and C is the capacitance.

I = dQ / dt

Where I is the current flowing through the capacitor, dQ is the change in charge, and dt is the change in time.

I = fCV

C = I / (fV)

Substituting the given values:

C = (40 × 10^-6 A) / (60 Hz × 200 V) = 3.33 × 10^-9 F

ε = C / C₀

Where ε is the dielectric constant, C is the capacitance with dielectric, and C₀ is the capacitance without dielectric.

C₀ = Aε₀ / d

Where ε₀ is the permittivity of vacuum (8.85 × 10^-12 F/m).

Substituting the given values:

C₀ = (0.4 m²) × (8.85 × 10^-12 F/m) / (0.003 m) = 1.18 × 10^-9 F

ε = (3.33 × 10^-9 F) / (1.18 × 10^-9 F)

If the dielectric is halved, the distance between the plates will double to 6 mm (0.006 m).

C' = Aε₀ / d'

Where d' is the new distance between plates.

Substituting the given values:

C' = (0.4 m²) × (8.85 × 10^-12 F/m) / (0.006 m) = 5.91 × 10^-10 F