Alright, so if I did understand that above (-.-) then the answer would be 40 Volts across each?The redistribution of charge across the two capacitors happens very rapidly so that it is settled long before the time delay measured in seconds. The voltage across the two capacitors in paralled settles to 40V soon after the switches are thrown.
EDIT: No! I still don't get it to be 40 Volts across each... There is a ten second time lapse between the switch being closed so it HAS to be different for each!!!