1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm fairly new at breadboards and I've tried to set up how I think it should be (BUT I've used a resistor instead of the second capacitor since I didn't have any on me at the moment AND I will be replacing it with a capacitor when I get the chance but just needed to see if the connections were correct. Picture of setup is attached. 1. Connect lead D to point Y to discharge the 47 microFarads capacitor. Then remove lead D from this point. 2. Connect lead C to the positive terminal of the cell to charge the 1.0 microFarad capacitor. Then connect lead C to point Y in order to make the two capacitors share the charge. 3. Measure the potential difference V across the arrangement directly after the charge has been shared and calculate the charge which is stored on the 47 microFarads capacitor after sharing. 2. Relevant equations None 3. The attempt at a solution As shown in the pictures.