1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data C1= 2.0 μF C2= 5.0 μF the resistor has a resistance of 0.10 MΩ The circuit shows the charging of a capacitor a) At t=0 the switch is closed. What is the initial measuring on the ammeter? b) After the current has decayed to zero what are the voltages at points A,B and C? 2. Relevant equations Q= Qo e^(-t/cr) 3. The attempt at a solution Well at t= 0 the current should be 0 and then for the b) the current should decay to zero at t= ∞ , right? But if I use this idea I can't calculate any voltages and I just get confused. At first I thought since the current decayed to zero... the capacitor were fully charged so . I found the effective capacitance Ce= 1.43μF Q=CV Q= 1.43x10^-6 x 3 = 4.29x10^-6C Then I used that to find the voltage at each point. But my teacher didn't agree... Help is much appreciated!!