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# Two capacitors 'A' of 3μF and 'B' of 2μF are connected in series. 'A' can withstand a potential difference of 3 KV while 'B' can withstand 5 KV. What maximum potential difference can be applied across the combination?

A
8KV
B
6KV
C
7.5KV
D
8.3KV
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