I am doing a multiple choice question and I can't understand why one of them is true. A capacitor of capacitor of capacitance C discharges through a resistor of resistance R. Which one of the following statements is not true? After checking the answer, it turned out that answer D which is ''After charging to the same voltage, the initial discharge current will be unaffected if C is increased'' is true, but I don't understand how. If C = Q/V = IT/V, then current would be proportional to current and so current would increase with it. Could someone explain why D is true, explaining what I got wrong when trying to solve it? Thank you physicians.