Please forgive me if anything wrong in my question. I am a school student.
I have following circuit diagram:
There are three capacitors with equal capacitance \$C\$. As they are in series combination, the total capacitance should be \$C/3\$.
But my teacher said that the second capacitor (C2) is short circuited, so the output will be \$C/2\$.
My question is: why is C2 termed as short-circuited in this diagram?
I asked him again on why C2 is short circuited, but he said me that I should search about it. Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything helpful on google.