I have the following circuit
in wich both batteries provide the same voltage and the capacitors are uncharged.
I need to find the current in each path of the circuit at time $t=0$ when i connect the batteries.
I know that at $t=0$ the charge of the capacitors is zero, so $V_c=\frac qC=0$, and when i apply the laws of Kirchhnoff over the circuit i can ingore them.
Then my circuit is
But... what's next?
Can i make an equivalent resistance? Because, i can't think of any.
If i want to continue with Kirchhnoff... In what direction does the current flow? And how does the potencial decrease/grows while passing throw each resistance?