1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations V=IR All of them actually 3. The attempt at a solution So I Started off by transforming the voltage source into the 's' domain vs(s) = (4/s) -(4/s)*e-.5t I know the initial conditions are zero, in other words at t=0, the voltage and currents at the capacitors are all 0. which means that that my capacitor 1 can be expressed as an impedance: 106/s. and capacitor 2 as : 3*105/s. All the resistors stay the same. So now the circuit is transformed into the 's' domain which basically means its comprised of one voltage source and 5 impedences? This is kind of where I'm stuck... I know that for a Capacitor in the 's' domain the voltage is Ic/sC + vc(0-)/s.. in this case Initial conditions are zero so for both capacitors Vc = Ic/sC ... I now need to find the current I at each capacitor right? If so I'm not sure how to go about this, all of the examples in my book only show steps for circuits that have components either all in series or all in parallel. Node Voltage Analysis? Current Mesh Analysis? Whats my next step??