I want to build a circuit consisting of an oscillator, capacitor, and resistor connected in series. I've never used a breadboard before though, and I want to make sure nothing goes wrong. From what I understand, I need to wire the +ve of the oscillator in series with the capacitor and resistor. Then connect a reference to ground. I drew what I think this would look like in the image below: So I have the +ve wired along bus 5 supplying power to the capacitor connected across a5 and c5. I then hook up the resistor along d5 so it is in series with the capacitor and create a short to d7. The -ve is located along bus 7. This would work I hope.