1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 3. The attempt at a solution Now, they're in series, so I found the equivalent capacitance to be about 0.57 microFarad. And I have technically gotten the correct answer according to the back of the text. The question in the text clearly asks for the charge on each capacitor, but merely gives the answer as 6.9 microCoulomb. Now, I got that answer too just using the formulae available. But my complete answer was that the top capacitor would have +6.9 microCoulomb, the middle capacitor no charge, and the bottom capacitor would have - 6.9 microCoulomb. Is that correct? Or do they all just share the 6.9 microCoulomb charge separation?