Hello, I came across a type question and my prof never went through it in the class and unfortunately I couldn't find it in the textbook nor on the internet. I can find the equivalent capicitance of capacitors in a combination of series/parallel no problem, however when a resistor is thrown in I am completely lost. I came across this problem on a test, I will show the picture. I do not remember the numbers, however this is what the picture looked like. Now when I simply ignored the resistor to find the equivalent capacitance (only way I could think to try it) my answer didn't exactly match one of the possible answers. Could you please let me know what I need to be doing? because simply combining capacitors was not working for me. Thanks in advance. Edit: What was given in the question: The Emf voltage, all the capacitances, and the resistance of the resistor. If it helps to assign numbers to show me, I added in numbers so you may do that.