I'm stuck on a problem and I don't know how to proceed.
I have a circuit that consists of a 10μF capacitor connected in series with a variable resistor (100kΩ, 200kΩ, 300kΩ). I'm supposed to draw the circuit connected to an oscilloscope that has an internal resistance of 1MΩ and an internal capacity that's negligible. The source is DC of 10V.
Here is what I got so far (circuit to the left and oscilloscope to the right):
Now I am asked to convert the circuit to it's Thevenin Equivalent, but what confuses me is that there is only 1 resistor which is unusual, and I also don't know what to do with the capacitor C1. I've looked online for well over an hour now, but I cannot find an answer.
I'd be very greatful for a push in the right direction. Cheers!
EDIT: I made an error in the picture; R1 should be 100 kΩ, not 100 Ω.