Question 14 - Next Generation Advanced Algebra and Functions Practice Test for the ACCUPLACER Test

Spherical capacitance, \(C\), is defined as the ratio of the product of 4, \(\pi\), vacuum permittivity, \(\epsilon_0\), and Coulomb’s constant, \(k\) to the difference between the ratio of 1 to the radial length \(a\), and the ratio of 1 to the radial length \(b\). Which of the following correctly solves spherical capacitance for radial length \(b\)?

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