Branch current analysis with 3 voltage sources

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  1. bearclaws

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    Dec 11, 2009
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    i am not sure how to figure this one out i can do the ones with 2 voltages sources ill explian the circute best i can since i dont know how to input a circut here

    left line is vertiacal with 10v positve on the top end the a 5.6 k ohm resistor now the wire goes to the right and has one wire going down in the middle after the wire goine down on the top wire there is a 3.3kO resistor now the wire goes down and has a 30v power supply with the pos bieng on top then the wire goes left makeing a rectangle with the gound and the center wire going from top to bottom has a 2.2ko resistor on the top part and a 20v power supply with the negitvie on the top so the postive is on the bottom part hope thats not to confuseing
     
  2. hgmjr

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    Draw your schematic and post it here.

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  3. bearclaws

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    Dec 11, 2009
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    i need to find the current thru each resistor using branch method not sure how to set up the loops )
     
  4. hgmjr

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    In insure that you have a learning experience from AAC, we request that you provide us with your efforts initially. That way we can see where you have a weakness in your understanding of the concept of writing the loop equations.

    hgmjr
     
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