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It has been said that Vout = Va/2
I'm not sure why this would be.
Could someone please tell me why?
At any frequency, the impedance offered by those two capacitors will be same (because both have same capacitance). Since same current flows through them, the voltage drop across them will also be the same = Va/2.
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