A wire runs from the positive plate of a capacitor, into lightbulb 1, then out from lightbulb 1 directly into lightbulb 2. When lightbulb 2 is connected to the negative plate of the capacitor, what is true about the charge moving through the two lightbulbs?
More charge flows through lightbulb 1 than through lightbulb 2.
Less charge flows through lightbulb 1 than through lightbulb 2.
This depends on how charged the capacitor is.
This depends on the type of lightbulb.
The same amount of charge moves through lightbulb 1 and lightbulb 2.