1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data This is for a lab I'm doing tomorrow. We will have a 10V circuit with 4 100µF capacitors connected in series. I need to calculate the voltage drop across each capacitor. I also need to create another circuit, but I'll worry about that after I'm sure I'm doing this one properly. :) 2. Relevant equations V = q/C, V = V1 + V2 + V3 + V4 3. The attempt at a solution I feel like I'm doing something wrong here. at C1, V1 = q/(100*10^-6) at C2, V2 = 2q/(100*10^-6) at C3, V3 = 3q/(100*10^-6) at C4, V4 = 4q/(100*10^-6) Total V = 9q/(100*10^-6) I used that to solve for q: q = 1.111*10^-4C Then I plugged q back into each equation. V1 = 1.111V V2 = 2.222V V3 = 3.333V V4 = 4.444V Am I on the right track here?