The related question says:http://[ATTACH=full]199761[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]199762[/ATTACH] The capacitor 1 is initially charged by having the flying lead attached to point C. Then, the flying lead is moved to point D. Capacitor 1 discharges. C2 has no charge intially. When the [B]flying lead is attached to D[/B], which one of these statements is true? [LIST] [*]Current flows from Y to C2 [*]Current flows from C2 to Y [*]There is no current flowing between C2 and Y [/LIST] Explain why you have chosen this option. I think it is option C. Because the path R2 and C2 the current could take has higher resistance than the current just passing through R2. But, my question is wouldn't the C2 get charged and hence making it the second option true.? Please help.